U.N. chief to meet Zelensky, Erdogan, with focus on grain exports


U.N. Secretary-Common Antonio Guterres will meet Ukrainian
President Volodymyr Zelensky and Turkish President Recep Tayyip
Erdogan in Ukraine on Thursday, with grain exports and considerations
in regards to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear energy plant to prime the agenda,
Pattern reviews
citing Reuters.

The three leaders will maintain a joint information convention after their
conferences in Lviv, an necessary transit level for Ukrainian refugees
heading west to Europe. Guterres, who arrived in Lviv on Wednesday
afternoon, plans on Friday to go to the Black Sea port of Odesa,
the place grain exports have resumed beneath a U.N.-brokered deal aimed
at easing a worsening international meals disaster.

On Saturday he’ll journey on to the Joint Coordination Centre
in Istanbul that’s made up of Russian, Ukrainian, Turkish and U.N.
officers overseeing the Black Sea exports of Ukraine grain and

Three Black Sea ports had been unblocked final month beneath a deal
between Moscow and Kyiv, brokered by the United Nations and Turkey,
making it doable to ship a whole bunch of 1000’s of tonnes of
Ukrainian grain to consumers.

Erdogan’s workplace stated he would deal with methods to extend exports
of grain and steps that may very well be taken in direction of ending the conflict
between Ukraine and Russia by way of diplomatic means.

Erdogan may even talk about “all elements” of bilateral relations
between Ankara and Kyiv throughout his assembly with Zelensky, his
workplace stated.

One other key subject would be the worrying state of affairs on the
Zaporizhzhia nuclear energy plant.

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