"It is very easy to do, we need the Russian Agricultural Bank, we talked about it, to connect, remove the sanctions regime from it, connect it to the SWIFT system, and thus make transactions regarding only agricultural products and fertilizers unhindered, problem-free," TASS quoted him as saying.

He stressed that "interim solutions are not solutions."

Vershinin also focused on the fact that it is not promises that are important to the Russian side, but real actions in this direction. If there are results, then Russia will take steps to resume the grain deal.

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Western countries must fulfill their promises on the grain deal.