The Grain Deal was only extended for 60 days. This was reported to TASS by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
“We rehearse again. The Russian Federation has agreed to extend the agreement for 60 days,” the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
Zakharova noted that all parties to the “grain agreement” were informed of the Russian Federation’s decision to extend for 60 days, not only verbally, but also through special notes.
Previously, the UN had confirmed the extension of the “grains agreement”.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also announced the extension of the agreement on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports, but did not specify the timetable.
At the same time, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Kubrakov said that the “grain agreement” had been extended for 120 days, not 60, as the Russian side had previously declared.
Zakharova: Russia agreed to extend ‘grains deal’ for 60 days