Erdogan: Ankara is trying to solve problems with insurance of Russian agricultural exports and the Russian payment system

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Erdogan: Ankara is trying to solve problems with insurance of Russian agricultural exports and the Russian payment system

After attending the G20 summit in India, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan once again said that he is making every effort to resume the grain deal, in which Russia suspended its participation on July 18.

During a conversation with journalists, the Turkish President noted that Ankara is trying to solve problems with insurance of Russian agricultural exports, as well as the payment system that ensures payments for supplies.



According to Erdogan, Moscow's demands are quite clear. Russia wants to fulfill its part of the Black Sea initiative, which provides for the unhindered export of agricultural products from the Russian Federation to world markets.

At the same time, the Turkish President noted that in order for the Russian side to receive money for its products, it is necessary to work out a payment mechanism. In addition, ships that will supply food and fertilizers from Russia must be insured, which means they should not be subject to sanctions.

According to the Turkish President, Ankara is now actively addressing these issues.

It is worth recalling that earlier a letter with similar promises was sent to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. The latter, in addition to resolving the issue of connecting Rosselkhozbank to SWIFT, as well as the unhindered supply of Russian agricultural exports to world markets, announced assistance in the lifting of some Western sanctions.

In turn, the Ukrainian media called Guterres’ promises impossible, since the solution to all of the above issues depends not on the UN, but on Western leaders who introduced restrictions against Russia.
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    1. +2
      11 September 2023
      "At the same time, the Turkish President noted that in order for the Russian side to receive money for its products, it is necessary to work out a payment mechanism."

      It looks like Erdogan burned down the office. Was the West going to screw with the payment from the very beginning, since the payment mechanism had not even been worked out?
    2. +1
      11 September 2023
      By the way, what was INTERESTING in the negotiations was that Ankara took on the deal with such enthusiasm, and it’s not just about money.
      1. 0
        11 September 2023
        Murmur 55. Ukraine is terribly dampening its prices - the difference is slightly less than $70 per ton. So Erdogan is digging the earth with his nose.
        1. 0
          11 September 2023
          the difference is slightly less than $70 per ton.

          Andrey. A ton of what? The range of grains is large. Or are you doing this...to keep the conversation going?
          1. +1
            11 September 2023
            Of course, wheat, 3rd class. Erdogan has a fleet, insurance is not a problem - the purchase upon delivery to the pier for shipment by the seller is a little more than $170 in Ukraine, but our price is $240 and hemorrhoids with freight and insurance. So Erdogan fights like a lion.
    3. +4
      11 September 2023
      The West does not want to lift sanctions from Rosselkhozbank and connect it to Swift for one reason - lending. They guys are smart about loans, and we have now learned this from them. The West will not do anything to unblock our demands, it has no competitor like us we need it. It’s better to bomb the ports of Ukraine, it’s more profitable for us. Let Erdogan fight the European bureaucratic wall with his forehead for us.
      1. -1
        11 September 2023
        I don’t understand shit about economics, but I completely agree with this:
        Quote: tralflot1832
        We'd rather bomb Ukrainian ports
      2. +1
        11 September 2023
        Quote: tralflot1832
        We'd rather bomb Ukrainian ports

        Right. It is necessary to bomb Ukrainian ports better. And more often. It would also be a good idea to mine the approaches. From the air, or from submarines. Mined exclusively with mines produced before 1991, and when it explodes, let them then prove that it is not one of those mines that were generously poured into the Black Sea back in 2022.
    4. +1
      11 September 2023
      The payment system in Russia was created a long time ago, so let Western banks use it, since SWIFT has turned off. I think if the supply of products from Ukraine to Europe is completely cut off, then where will they go? We need to work in this direction. Systematically destroy bridges leading to Europe, a tunnel in Transcarpathia, do not disdain elevators, poultry farms, substations, etc.
      1. +1
        11 September 2023
        Quote: Stalingrad2010
        Systematically destroy bridges leading to Europe, a tunnel in Transcarpathia, do not disdain elevators, poultry farms, substations, etc.
        Hit. The Polish people will thank you sincerely; farmers there are going bankrupt because of Ukrainian dumping. And also French. I recently read that French chicken producers are on the verge of ruin, because Ukrainian chicken is sold at about half the price.
    5. 0
      12 September 2023
      No SWIFT is a natural exchange of goods (gold, precious metals, diamonds, chips, spare parts, etc.) and forget about Swift as a relic of the Bretton Woods system, along with the agreement, consign it to history.

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