Russia pledges to meet wheat commitments to Egypt
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Sunday said Russian grain exporters are committed to their obligations regarding international wheat orders.
Russia’s top diplomat was in Cairo Sunday to meet with Egyptian authorities and the Arab League.
Lavrov during a joint press conference with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry said that his country took many steps to deepen the economic relations with Egypt across all areas.
He also noted that there are some constructive talks regarding the establishment of a Russian industrial zone in Egypt.
On July 22nd, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine signed a deal that will enable Kyiv to resume exports of wheat through the Black Sea.
Egypt is the largest wheat importer in the world and Ukraine and Russia are its market supplying markets.