OREANDA-NEWS Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko said that Moscow and Ankara have come to an agreement on the supply of 1 million tons of grain. According to him, the elaboration of technical details will begin in the near future.

"All fundamental agreements have been reached. - TASS reports the words of the deputy minister. "We expect that in the near future we will already enter into working contacts with all parties to work out all the technical aspects of the scheme of such deliveries."

Grushko pointed out a number of issues that need to be worked out.

"We need to consider a number of issues," he said. - This is logistics, finance and much more, routes, destination countries, quantity."

Recall that on September 4, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan held talks in Sochi, during which they discussed the grain deal.

Vladimir Putin, following the talks, said that Moscow is ready to consider the possibility of reviving the grain deal. This will happen as soon as all the agreements recorded in it on lifting restrictions on the export of Russian agricultural products are fully implemented, the head of state stressed.