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(Reuters) – Anticipated negotiations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan stay the one hope to increase the Black Sea grain deal that’s set to run out subsequent week, Russia’s RIA information company reported on Monday.

The Black Sea deal, brokered between Russia and Ukraine by the United Nations and Turkey in July 2022, aimed to forestall a worldwide meals disaster by permitting Ukrainian grain trapped by Russia’s invasion to be safely exported from Black Sea ports.

Citing an unnamed supply aware of negotiations, RIA reported “there isn’t any optimism” for the extension of the deal – a place that Moscow has reiterated continuously in latest weeks.

“Our follow exhibits that it’s the negotiations between the 2 leaders which can be in a position to change the scenario, the present tough interval isn’t any exception,” RIA cited the supply as saying.

“Immediately, this stays the one hope.”

Erdogan mentioned on Saturday he was urgent Russia to increase the grain deal, presently as a consequence of expire on July 17, by no less than three months and introduced a go to by Putin in August.

The Kremlin mentioned over the weekend there was no telephone name scheduled and that there was no certainty concerning the two leaders assembly.

Ankara angered Moscow with its July 8 choice to launch to Kyiv 5 detained Ukrainian commanders of a unit that for weeks defended a metal works within the Ukrainian metropolis of Mariupol, with the Kremlin saying Ankara violated agreements.

(Reporting by Lidia Kelly in Melbourne; Modifying by Lincoln Feast.)

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