UN: As part of Black Sea Grain Initiative, 30.5 million tons of grain were transported

Coordinator of the Black Sea Grain Initiative of the United Nations (UN) Abdullah Abdussagh, said that the UN team inspected more than 1900 ships, without any serious incidents or incidents of 30.5 million tons of grain within the Black Sea Grain initiative.

The cheap and general director of the World Trade Organization (WTO) of the NGOZI Popjo-Iveal performed at the Black Sea Grain Initiative event organized by the WTO.

noting that they have inspected more than 1900 ships within the Black Sea Grain initiative, the inspection group has been working for 7 days. This is really a difficult task. “


reminding that the initiative through the mediation of the UN was extended for the third time in mid -May, the coordinator added that in the first two periods the initiative contributed to the transportation of 30.5 million tons of grain and food from Russia and Ukraine to 45 countries, due to which markets The global food prices have decreased and have decreased.

July 22, 2022 in Istanbul in the presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General Antoniu Guterrish, an agreement was signed on the safe transportation of grain from the ports of Ukraine.

Signatures under the document were made by representatives of Ukraine, Russia, the UN and Turkey.

The agreement that is realized during Turkey coordination is aimed at resolving the global food crisis. The agreement was extended for the first time on 120 days since November 19, 2022, and a second time for a period of 2 months from March 18.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on May 17, 2023 said: “Thanks to the efforts of our country, the support of our Russian friends and the contribution of our Ukrainian friends, it was decided to extend the agreement on the Black Sea Grain Corridor for another 2 months.”