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Turkey can re-export Black Sea grain to countries in need-Erdogan

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Ankara — Turkey will be able to re-export grain products such as wheat, oat and barley from the Black Sea to the countries in need after talks with Russia and Ukraine, President Taip Erdogan said on Friday. He added that he would discuss with both. Country in the next few days.

Ukraine is one of the world's top wheat suppliers, but Russia's invasion has stopped shipping, causing a global food shortage. The United Nations has appealed to both sides and its sea neighbor Turkey to agree to the corridor.

After Friday prayer in Istanbul, Prime Minister Erdogan said his office worked with Kieu and Moscow to call the other party and 20 Turkish ships participated in potential shipments. He said he was ready to do it.

After meeting with Ukrainian and Russian leaders, "We are in need of wheat, barley, oats, sunflower oil, and everything by re-exporting through us. You can send it to, "he said. So far, the inventory has been "in good condition". (Report by Tuvan Gumrukcu, edited by Jonathan Spicer)