Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked President Erdogan for his efforts on the grain corridor.

The Grain Corridor Agreement has been extended for another 120 days. The decision was taken as a result of four-party talks organized by Turkey. Many countries congratulated Turkey and President Erdogan on a decision that will affect millions of people.

The extension of the grain corridor agreement for another 4 months from December 19 is also on the agenda of the international community.

Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN), António Guterres, expressed his satisfaction with the renewal of the agreement on his Twitter account after extending for 120 days the grain agreement signed between Russia and Ukraine, mediated by Turkey and the UN.

“This was made possible thanks to the generosity and determination of Turkey”

Thanking President Erdogan and Turkey, Guterres said: “Without their generosity and determination, this initiative would never have been born. Istanbul continues to be the center of extraordinary diplomatic success.” gave his assessment.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky appreciated the extension of the Black Sea Grain Corridor Agreement in accordance with the decision taken between Turkey, the UN, the Russian Federation and Ukraine, in his daily video message, which he shared on his Telegram account at night.

Declaring that according to this agreement, the shipment of grain products through the Black Sea will continue, Zelensky said: “Despite all the difficulties and various manipulations on the part of Russia, we will continue to export agricultural products from our Black Sea ports.” said.

Zelensky said that thanks to the grain initiative, since August 1, 11 million tons of food products have been exported from the ports of the Odessa region of Ukraine by more than 450 ships.

“We have done everything to improve this business, and we thank all our partners who helped. I personally thank UN Secretary General Guterres, Turkey and President Erdogan.”

Zelensky noted that negotiations are underway to expand the grain initiative to prevent a global hunger crisis, and that countries such as the United States, Germany, Japan, Poland and Belgium want to take part in this initiative. gave his assessment.

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