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Russia's Lavrov says "corrections" to Ukraine grain deal will depend on U.N. supplying data

Oct 24 (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow has asked the United Nations for data on the destination and end-consumers for Ukrainian grain shipments, saying that "corrections" to a deal to unblock Ukrainian grain exports via the Black Sea would depend on this information.

Russia in July signed up to a Turkish-brokered deal to facilitate Ukrainian grain shipments that it had blocked since the start of its war with Ukraine. Russia has since said the deal is not causing grain to flow to the world's poorest countries, and cast doubt on whether it will opt to renew it in future. (Reporting by Reuters)

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