Russia, Ukraine Clear Way for Grain Exports to Resume Amid Fears of Global Food Crisis

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ISTANBUL—Russia and Ukraine agreed Friday to renew exports of tens of millions of tons of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea for the primary time for the reason that Russian invasion, a deal geared toward freeing up vital supplies amid fears of a global food crisis.

The deal is the product of months of diplomacy led by the United Nations and Turkey, each of that are signatories to a pair of parallel agreements with Russia and Ukraine. It raises hopes that grain shares may quickly be shipped out from Ukrainian ports, after the struggle prompted a worldwide surge in the price of meals, pushing tens of tens of millions of people closer to starvation.

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