China says it hopes Black Sea grain deal can be done in balanced, comprehensive manner
China hopes the Black Sea grain deal can be implemented in a balanced and comprehensive manner, and wants to cooperate on global food security, foreign ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said on Friday.
Russiaon Thursday that if demands to improve its grain and fertilizer exports are not met then it will not extend the deal beyond July 17.
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