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Türkiye announces that the Ukrainian grain agreement will be renewed for another 60 days

Date: March 4, 2024 Time: 00:21:21

Saved by the Bell. The agreement that allows the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea will be renewed for two more months (60 days), as the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that on May 28 he will face the second round of the presidential elections, reports EFE. “Thanks to the efforts of our country, the support of our Russian friends and the participation of our Ukrainian friends, it has been decided to extend the agreement on the grain corridor in the Black Sea for another two months,” the president wrote in his account. Twitter.

The Turkish president took the opportunity to thank the “sincere support” of Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose speaker a few hours ago called for calm in the face of the growing anxiety of operators for the fate of the broker. He has also praised the “constructive collaboration” of the Ukrainian president Volodimir Zelensik and the “efforts” of the other great supporter of the pact, the Secretary General of the United Nations, the Portuguese António Guterres.

A corridor that is very relevant to Spain. According to the Ukrainian Grain Association, since August 1, 2022 when the agreement was launched, our country has imported more than 5.43 million tons of grain. This has made it the second best ‘customer’ after a giant like China (6.91 million tons). The reason for this interest in Ukrainian grain is grain consumption in Spain. The Cereal Balance, prepared by the Ministry of Agriculture, estimates that cereal consumption for the 2022/2023 campaign will be around 35.85 million tons of which 26.35 million will be used for animal feed while little more than 5 million tons will go for human consumption. Read the elaboration of feed for the important herd of beef cattle and pigs that Spain has, mainly.

In this sense, according to the Ministry itself, Spain must import an amount of approximately 18.86 million tons.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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