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Lavrov's visit to Turkey to discuss Ukrainian grain exports was announced

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt вуavuşoğlu announced the visit of the Russian Foreign Minister to Turkey on June 8.

This was reported by the agency Anadolu , writes "European Truth".

According to him, the meeting with Lavrov, among others, will discuss the formation of a "security corridor" for the supply of Ukrainian wheat across the Black Sea.

Earlier, the media reported that Ankara was in talks with Kyiv and Moscow to open a corridor through Turkey for grain exports from Ukraine.

During a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated his readiness to organize a meeting between Ukraine, Russia and the United Nations in Istanbul.

The Kremlin said that in the conversation Putin stressed his readiness to "facilitate" the unimpeded sea transit of goods in coordination with Turkish partners. The Kremlin has said Russia could export significant amounts of fertilizers and agricultural products if sanctions are lifted.

Later Monday, Erdogan and President Volodymyr Zelensky discussed possible talks between Ukraine and Russia and maritime corridors for exports .

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