This was reported in the Kremlin.

“Vladimir Putin noted the readiness of the Russian side to facilitate the unimpeded maritime transit of goods in coordination with Turkish partners.

This also applies to the export of grain from Ukrainian ports,” the statement says.

At the same time, they touched upon the topic of eliminating the mine threat in the waters of the Black and Azov Seas.

“In light of the problems in the global food market that have arisen as a result of the short-sighted financial and economic policies of Western states, it has been confirmed that Russia can export significant volumes of fertilizers and agricultural products if the relevant anti-Russian sanctions restrictions are lifted,” the presidential press service noted.

In a conversation with French leader Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Putin announced Moscow's readiness to facilitate the search for options for the unimpeded export of grain.