Ukraine, Russia sign deal to reopen grain export ports as war rages on
Russia and Ukraine signed a landmark deal on Friday to reopen Ukrainian Black Sea ports for grain exports, raising hopes that an international food crisis aggravated by the Russian invasion can be eased.
U.N. expects Ukraine-Russia grain deal to be implemented in a few weeks -officials
The United Nations expects a deal to resume Ukrainian grain exports through the Black Sea to be fully operational in a few weeks and restore shipments to pre-war levels of 5 million tonnes a month, two senior U.N. officials said on Friday.
Russia hits Ukraine's Black Sea port despite grain deal
Russian missiles hit Ukraine's Black Sea port of Odesa hours after Moscow and Kyiv signed deals to allow grain exports to resume from there. The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry denounced Saturday's strike as 'spit in the face' of Turkey and the United Nations, which brokered the agreements.
Ukraine and Russia sign UN-backed grain export deal to ease global food crisis
Ukrainian Black Sea ports will finally be allowed to reopen, with tons of grain leaving the country to feed starving countries. The deal was described as 'life-saving'