“Turkey’s Efforts to Reopen Black Sea Grain Corridor Earn Gratitude”

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has expressed his gratitude towards Turkey and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for their efforts in reopening the Black Sea grain corridor. The corridor has suffered due to repeated blockades by Russia, resulting in decreased food supply to the world market and causing people to go hungry in Africa, the Middle East, and the rest of the world. During a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly, in Washington, Blinken stated that the world should not have to remind every few weeks not to use people’s hunger as a weapon in Moscow’s war against Ukraine. The two foreign ministers discussed the Ukraine-Russia war, regional and global security issues, and the urgent need to extend and expand the scope of the Black Sea Grain Initiative. Cleverly stressed that if the principles established by the United Nations after World War II are not implemented, the world will become a more dangerous place. The two ministers also criticized the return of the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria to the Arab League and emphasized the need for refugees to return safely, a political solution to the crisis, and the delivery of humanitarian aid without any problems. They agreed on the importance of breaking Iran’s influence in Syria and defeating DAESH permanently.


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