Ukraine: UN chief Antonio Guterres meets Zelensky, focusing on grain, nuclear power plant UN chief Antonio Guterres and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Volodymyr Zelensky in Lviv as Ukraine’s Zaporizhia nuclear power plant around The situation remains tense.
United Nations chief Antonio Guterreser will meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zeleny Erdogan in Lviv, Ukraine on Thursday. Guterres will visit the Ukrainian port city of Odesa on Friday
UN Secretary General Antonio Erdogan will visit Ukraine on Thursday amid the six-month war between Ukraine and Russia. According to information, Antonio Guterres will meet Ukraine’s Zelensky and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday.
Guterres will then visit the Ukrainian port city of Odessa on Friday before heading to Turkey https://t.co/pQdFm1XwfM
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Later on Friday, Guterres will visit the Ukrainian port city of Odesa. Odessa is one of the three ports in grain trade with Ukraine. After Odessa, the UN chief will visit Turkey. “At the invitation of President Volodymyr Zelensky, Secretary-Erdoğan will be in Lviv on Thursday to participate in a trilateral meeting with the leader of Ukraine,” Stefan Dujarric told the network.
“The Secretary-General will next day visit Odesa, one of the three ports used as part of the Kali initiative,” Dujarric said.
On Tuesday, the first African grain cargo ship chartered by the United Nations left the Ukrainian port of Pivdeni for Djibouti. Ukraine’s infrastructure minister Oleksandr Kubrakov tweeted: “Both have arrived at the port of Pivda. Very soon Ukrainian grain will reach Ethiopia.
Last month, Moscow signed an agreement to resume grain exports from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Ukraine’s Infrastructure signed similar agreements. According to the World Bank, since the invasion of Ukraine in February this year, Ukraine and Russia have received 20-25 million tons of oil.