Putin tells Erdogan Russia ready to work to reopen shipping

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Putin tells Erdogan Russia ready to work to reopen shipping

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Putin tells Erdogan Russia ready to work to reopen shipping

MOSCOW, May 30 — Russia n President Vladimir Putin told Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan today that Moscow was ready to work with Ankara to free up maritime shipping...

Monday, 30 May 2022 11:46 PM MYTMOSCOW, May 30 — Russian President Vladimir Putin told Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan today that Moscow was ready to work with Ankara to free up maritime shipping blocked over the conflict in Ukraine.“Vladimir Putin noted the readiness of the Russian side to contribute to the unimpeded maritime transit of goods in coordination with Turkish partners. This also applies to grain exports from Ukrainian ports,” the Kremlin quoted Putin as saying in a readout of a call with Erdogan.

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Monday, 30 May 2022 11:46 PM MYT MOSCOW, May 30 — Russian President Vladimir Putin told Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan today that Moscow was ready to work with Ankara to free up maritime shipping blocked over the conflict in Ukraine. “Vladimir Putin noted the readiness of the Russian side to contribute to the unimpeded maritime transit of goods in coordination with Turkish partners. Putin’s health and private life are taboo subjects in Russia, and are almost never discussed in public. This also applies to grain exports from Ukrainian ports,” the Kremlin quoted Putin as saying in a readout of a call with Erdogan. Vucic also said that he had discussed with Putin expansion of gas storage space in the Balkan country. The Kremlin said the two discussed “ensuring safe navigation in the Black and Azov Seas” and “eliminating the threat of mines in their waters”.” Lavrov said that Putin, who will turn 70 in October, appeared in public “every day. Putin also repeated claims that global food shortages were the result of “short-sighted” Western policies, saying Russia was ready to export “significant volumes of fertilisers and agricultural products if the relevant anti-Russian sanctions are lifted. “You can watch him on screens, read and listen to his speeches,” Lavrov said in comments released by the Russian foreign ministry.

” Russia’s offensive in Ukraine and Western sanctions have disrupted supplies of wheat and other commodities from the two countries, fuelling concerns about the risk of shortages and hunger around the world. “I leave it to the conscience of those who spread such rumours. In 2008 the Balkan country put its gas and oil sectors in the hands of Russian companies. Russia and Ukraine produce 30 per cent of the global wheat supply. Dozens of container ships are blocked in Ukrainian ports that are surrounded by Russian forces, choking off exports of wheat, sunflower oil and other foodstuffs, as well as fertiliser for crops. Moscow’s offensive has killed thousands of people, sparked the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since World War II and led to unprecedented Western sanctions against Moscow. Black Sea navigation has also been hampered by mines placed by both Russian and Ukrainian forces. — AFP Advertisement .