The official stated during a briefing that Russia will be able to supply the world market with around 25 million tons of cereals and at least 22 million tons of fertilizers.
She stressed that despite the pressure caused by the unprecedented sanctions, Russia will continue to export food through bilateral channels and will continue to provide food assistance to countries in need through the World Food Program.
In that list, Zakharova cited Yemen, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Sudan, Tajikistan and Cuba.
During the press conference, the official said that Russia can assist foreign ships in transporting Ukrainian grain if security conditions are respected.
She stated in regards to this that the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation created the necessary conditions for the safe operation of two maritime humanitarian corridors.
She also explained that one of said corridors is in the Black Sea; and another in the Sea of Azov, for transit of ships to the Black Sea, for which Russia is willing to facilitate the unhindered export of Ukrainian grain by foreign ships, provided that they do not smuggle weapons, in addition to have Ukraine stop launching provocations, creating mine threats and increasing tension in the Black Sea.