Ukraine, Russia, and the UN reach an agreement on the resumption of grain exports to the Black Sea.

Turkey reports that Ukraine and Russia have reached an agreement on negotiations to resume exports of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea blocked by the Russian invasion, writes The Guardian.

Hulusi Akar, the Turkish defense minister, said on Wednesday (July 13th) that the final agreement would be signed next week when the parties involved meet again. The agreement involves the establishment of common checkpoints for the verification of grain shipments in ports, while Turkey will ensure the safety of export routes on the Black Sea.

Turkey will also set up a coordination center with Ukraine, Russia, and the UN to organize Ukrainian grain exports, Akar said.

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