Putin uses grain export extension at G20 summit = diplomatic sources | Reuters

Russian President Vladimir Putin is pushing for a deal on grain exports through the Black Sea, which expires on November 19, as a way to gain an advantage at next month’s Group of 20 (G20) summit in Indonesia which is likely to use extension. Taken on the 24th. Photo provided by Reuters/Sputnik/Gavriil Grigorov in 2022.

[ロンドン 26日 ロイター] – Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a deal on grain exports through the Black Sea, which expires on November 19, as a way to gain an advantage at next month’s G20 summit in Indonesia. A European diplomatic source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters.

The Russian Kremlin has not yet formally announced Putin’s attendance at the G20 summit, but diplomatic sources expect Putin to attend the G20 summit starting November 15. “The grain export agreement is the centerpiece of the G20 summit, and everyone will try persuade Mr Putin to extend it,” he said.

The G20 leaders also urged Putin to extend the agreement, with Russia expected to grant an extension of at least four months.

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