Putin is not opposed to the resumption of ammonia transit through Ukraine by Uralchem

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he did not oppose the request of the head of Uralchem, Dmitry Mazepin, to resume the transit of ammonia through Ukraine. The head of state stated this at a meeting with the founder of the company.

So, Putin noted that he was not opposed to resuming the shipment of ammonia through the port of Odessa. According to him, the Russian side is working with the UN on this issue.

“Let’s see what happens. You know my position, I don’t mind,” – said the head of state.

Dmitry Mazepin, in turn, stressed that Ukraine puts forward political demands for the launch of this pipeline. He also hopes that the issue of ammonia supplies will be resolved as part of the grain deal.

“The deal did not move forward. We hoped, and the UN fed us with promises, that when a new grain deal was signed, ammonia would be opened, and today I have information that my guys talked to the UN and they said that the deal is already connected,” Mazepin said.

Earlier it was reported that Vladimir Putin announced the readiness of the Russian Federation to expand the supply of fertilizers to international markets.

Prior to this, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported that the grain deal would automatically be extended for 120 days, since there were no objections from any of the four parties to the agreement: Russia, Turkey, Ukraine or the UN.

Source: Ren.tv


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