Report: The Russian-African summit will discuss Moscow’s exports of grain and fertilizers


Russia and African countries participating in the Russia-Africa summit this week will discuss Moscow’s grain and fertilizer exports.

Last week, Russia announced its withdrawal from the agreement for the safe export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea after it had been in force for a year, saying that Russia’s conditions for extending the agreement had been ignored.

The second Russia-Africa summit will be held in St. Petersburg from July 27-28, in light of the competition between Moscow and the West for influence in Africa.

“Creating logistics corridors, centers not only for food and fertilizers, but also for any other products of the Russian Federation, this will be one of the topics that will be discussed,” Oleg Ozerov, Russia’s ambassador for special missions said.

“The idea of ​​logistics corridors and the establishment of grain centers seems promising and feasible,” he added.

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