Ukraine, Russia near deal on grain exports

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Russia and Ukraine have made substantive progress on a deal to resume grain exports from the latter country’s Black Sea ports, raising hopes of an end to a standoff that has exposed millions to the risk of starvation.

Delegations from Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, and the United Nations met for face-to-face talks in the Turkish city of Istanbul on Wednesday to discuss the dispute over blocked grain exports, with the parties agreeing to meet again next week to sign a “final agreement.”






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