The Erdogan administration announced that it had reached a consensus on the establishment of an operations center for the grain issue in Istanbul.
Fahrettin Altun, head of the Turkish presidential administration’s communications department, said a compromise had been reached on the establishment of a grain operations center in Istanbul.
“We took on the role of an intermediary, and as a result of contacts, a consensus was reached on the establishment of an operations center in Istanbul. We hope that ships loaded with grain will be withdrawn as soon as possible. We attach great importance to the safe execution of this process and the prevention of any accidents,” Altun said in an interview with the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero.
The Turkish authorities “are cautiously optimistic that tangible progress in this regard will soon be possible,” Fahrettin Altun concluded.
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