President Erdogan gave the good news of the Cereal Shipment Agreement, which was suspended after the suspension of Russia. Stating that he met with Russian President Putin yesterday, Erdogan said, “I met with Putin yesterday. I will meet with Zelenski today. Grain shipments will continue as they did from 12:00 today. Priority will be African countries.”
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made very important statements regarding both domestic and foreign policy at his party’s group meeting today. The good news that President Erdoğan gave at the end of his speech had a great impact.
“FROM 12 TODAY, SHIPMENT WILL ALWAYS CONTINUE”
President Erdoğan shared the good news about the grain shipments stopped due to Russia’s suspension, saying, “I met with Putin yesterday. I will also meet with Zelenski today. Mr. Shoigu called Mr. Akar and announced that grain shipments will continue. “From today on, it will continue as before,” he said.
“AFRICAN COUNTRIES WILL BE PRIORITY”
Stating that the priority will be to African countries in grain shipments, President Erdoğan said, “You see, Mr. Kemal, we work globally. We will continue to work in this way. Putin had a request on the subject. He wanted priority. In grain shipments, there will be strange group countries in Africa. This The first shipments were made within the scope of the plan. It will be made to poor countries such as Djibouti and Sudan.”
RUSSIA: THANKS TO TURKEY WE RECEIVE A WRITTEN WARRANTY FROM UKRAINE
In the statement made by the Russian Ministry of Defense, it was stated that they will continue to participate in the grain corridor agreement mediated by Turkey and the United Nations.
The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on October 29 that within the framework of the suspension of the agreement allowing grain out of Ukraine, they decided to stop the movement of ships along the grain corridor for security reasons. Hulusi Akar, Minister of National Defense on behalf of Turkey, who stepped in after the decision of Russia, started negotiations. President Erdoğan stated that the negotiations were concluded positively at the group meeting of his party today, and he called the Russian Defense Minister Shoigu Akar and said that grain shipments would start again.