Moscow confirms deal to reopen Ukraine’s Black Sea ports for grain exports

Russia has confirmed that it will be signing a deal to reopen Ukrainian Black Sea ports for grain exports. The move will help free millions of tonnes of grain stuck in silos since the beginning of the war. Russia and Ukraine are both major global wheat suppliers, but Moscow’s invasion of its neighbour has sent food prices soaring and stoked an international food crisis. The onset of the war left dozens of ships stranded, along with some 20 million tonnes of grain.

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