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Foreign Ministry: Without solving the systemic problems we can’t talk about extending the grain deal

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“Without progress in solving the five systemic problems, there is no point in extending the Black Sea Initiative beyond May 18,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said on its website.

Among the key problems are reconnection of Rosselkhozbank to SWIFT, resumption of agricultural machinery supplies, restoration of operation of the ammonia pipeline Togliatti -Odessa.

The Russian Foreign Ministry also noted that the grain deal continues to serve exclusively Kiev’s commercial exports in the interests of Western countries.

On April 7, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that the Russian part of the grain deal “is not fulfilled at all”.

He said that the obstacles to the financing, logistics and insurance of Russian exports remain and are even getting tougher.

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