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    Reaching “preliminary agreements” on the supply of grain and energy resources is Russia and Afghanistan.

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    On Wednesday, Russia declared that it had made “preliminary agreements” with Afghanistan regarding the supply of energy and grains.

    According to Russia’s presidential representative for Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, binding documents must now be signed by all parties for the agreements to take effect, he told the state-run TASS news agency.

    Media reports claim that under the agreements, Russia may annually deliver 2 million tonnes of wheat, 500,000 tonnes of liquified natural gas (LNG), 1 million tonnes of gasoline, and 1 million tonnes of diesel.

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