France, Romania Sign Agreement On Ukrainian Grain Export
Clément Beaune, the French Minister of Transport, announced on Twitter that France and Romania signed a document to make it easier for Ukrainian grain to be exported by land.
« We signed an agreement that will use our knowledge in logistics to facilitate the sale of Ukrainian grain, » the minister said, adding that Vadym Omelchenko, Ukraine’s ambassador to France, was also present.
As Beaune stated the day before on BFMTV, the agreement will aid in boosting grain exports to Europe and developing nations, where difficulties with food security are particularly crucial.
A multilateral agreement to lift restrictions on Russian exports and on Russia’s assistance in exporting Ukrainian grain was signed In Istanbul on July 22. The deal, which was signed by representatives of Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the UN, envisages the export of Ukrainian grain, food and fertilizers via the Black Sea from three ports, including Odessa.