Russia and Ukraine have extended a grain-trading agreement by an additional year, in an effort to help feed the world’s poorest people.
The agreement, which was first signed in 2016, will allow the two countries to continue trading grain in the coming year. Under the terms of the deal, Russia will continue to supply Ukraine with wheat, barley, and rye, while Ukraine will supply Russia with corn and sunflower oil.
The agreement will also help to stabilize grain prices in the region, which have been volatile in recent years due to political and economic issues. In addition, it will help to ensure that food supplies are available to the world’s most vulnerable populations.
The deal is seen as a positive step for both countries, as it will help to foster cooperation between them and create economic opportunities. It is also an important gesture of goodwill towards the global community, as it will help to ensure that the world’s poorest people have access to food.