UN Secretary General Guterres commented this information.
UN Secretary General António Guterres has made a proposal to mitigate the export of potash fertilizers from Russia and Belarus, demanding in exchange the passage of ships carrying grain from Ukrainian ports.
Turkey and a number of other countries are also involved in the negotiation process, since Ankara can directly participate in customs clearance from ports, as well as the supply of maritime traffic.
According to Wall Street Journal sources, the purpose of the agreement is to alleviate the food crisis, in which the Western anti-Russian sanctions were imposed specifically on the export of potash fertilizers from the Russian Federation and Belarus.
And in the context of the special military operation of Russia in L' Ukraine, the latter has had difficulties with the delivery of domestic grain to world markets.
Guterr es himself, commenting on the information from the WSJ, he only noted that at the moment, indeed, discussions are underway on this subject with the participation of Ankara and Vienna.
However, he doesn't divulge any details he didn't, otherwise the deal could be jeopardized and not happen at all.
Earlier, Topnews wrote that for the first time since the beginning of the Russian operation, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a declaration on Ukraine.