Saudi Arabia and Turkey did not import grains from the Crimea - Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Embassies of Ukraine to the Kingdom of Saudi and Turkey did not confirm the data of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) about deliveries of grains from the Crimea to the reporting countries, declared the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine on July 24.
According to the Ukrainian Embassy, Saudi Arabia is not cooperating with the current authorities of the Crimea, as required by the international legislation. Also, the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Turkey does not confirm the exports of grains from the Crimea to Turkey, informed the Ministry.
However, the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service of Ukraine appealed to the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Ukraine to confirm or refute the information on the supply of barley from the Crimea to the country.
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