Future of Black Sea Grain Initiative Remains Unclear as Deal Approaches Expiration
The future of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, brokered by the United Nations and Turkey in July 2022, remains unclear as the deal approaches its expiration date.
The initiative allows for Ukrainian grain shipments and Russian exports of key agricultural commodities amid the ongoing war, which hit its one-year mark one week ago.
Specifically, the Initiative allows for commercial food and fertilizer exports from three Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea—Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Yuzhny/Pivdennyi, according to the United Nations.
The deal is set to expire...
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