Russia and Ukraine will resume talks today to get grain out

Russia and Ukraine are set to resume talks today.

The two countries are finally inching toward an agreement to get grain out of the war-torn nation. They say a resolution is expected by the end of the week, and it cannot come soon enough with many nations on the brink of starvation in desperate need of Ukrainian crops.

We will be sure to update you on their progress throughout the week.

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