Russia can send out food assuming assents are lifted, Putin affirms Erdogan

Russian President Vladimir Putin affirmed preparation of the Russian side to send out compost and food stuff in the event that authorizations are lifted during a phone discussion with President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday, the Kremlin’s press administration said.

“In the illumination of issues on the worldwide food market happened in result of the hasty monetary and financial strategy of Western states, it was affirmed that Russia can trade significant volumes of compost and farming produce in the event of pertinent enemy of Russian authorizations are lifted,” the Kremlin said.

Putin and Erdogan talked about the circumstance in Ukraine with the emphasis on giving safe route in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov and disposal of the mine danger in their water regions, reports BSS citing Russian news organization TASS.

“Vladimir Putin noted preparation of the Russian side to work with unhampered seaborne travel of merchandise in a joint effort with Turkish accomplices. This likewise relates to commodity of grain from Ukrainian ports,” the press administration noted.