Ukraine war latest: Hope food crisis could ease if Ukraine grain deal agreed

Summary

  1. The agreement was signed in Istanbul this afternoon by Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN secretary general
  2. Turkey helped broker the deal with Russia to unblock exports of grain from Ukraine through the Black Sea
  3. Ukraine ruled out signing a direct deal with Russia – instead both countries will sign “mirror” deals
  4. However Russian and Ukrainian teams are both in Istanbul to sign the deal
  5. The price of wheat fell on global markets, after news of the deal emerged
  6. Ukraine is one of the world’s largest grain producers and Russia has been blockading its major Black Sea ports
  7. The world shortage of Ukrainian grain has sent food prices soaring and left millions at risk of hunger

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