Russia and Turkey agreed to give free Russian grain to poor African countries.
According to a foreign news agency, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a conversation with businessmen that he and his Russian counterpart Putin agreed to give Russian grain free to poor African countries under the Black Sea Export Agreement. expressed.
Tayyip Erdogan said that I made a phone call to the Russian president, on which he said that this grain should be given to poor countries like Sudan, Somalia and Djibouti in Africa, which we have agreed to.
The statement came after Moscow rejoined a UN-Turkey-brokered grain deal on Wednesday, ending four days of non-cooperation and allowing exports from Ukrainian ports to resume.