Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his role in extending the Black Sea Grain Corridor Agreement.
Posting on his Twitter account, Rama assessed the extension of the Black Sea Grain Corridor Agreement and the role of President Erdogan.
Noting that he welcomed the extension of the Black Sea Grains Initiative for another two months, Rama said: “I congratulate Recep Tayyip Erdoğan once again on his crucial role. Providing a continuous supply of vital grains to global markets is critical to ensuring food security around the world.” Use phrases.
The agreement was signed on July 22, 2022, with Turkish initiatives and facilitation from the United Nations between the two countries to prevent the food crisis that began due to the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Yesterday, President Erdogan announced the extension of the agreement, which has been extended several times since the day it was signed and is expected to expire on May 18, for another two months.
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