G7 tries to get grain from Ukraine again

Johnson discussed with Zelensky the export of grain from storage facilities in Ukraine
A photo: Official website of the President of Ukraine

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that, together with partners in the G7, he continues to work on finding ways to resume grain exports from Ukraine. In this during a telephone conversation, he assured the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

“He said the UK will work with G7 partners to make urgent progress. The leaders agreed on the next steps and the urgent need for Russia to ease the blockade and ensure safe shipping lanes,” Boris Johnson was quoted as saying by Reuters.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, noted that Russia is ready to discuss unimpeded export of grain, including the export of Ukrainian grain, from the Black Sea ports. The Russian leader also added that an increase in the supply of Russian fertilizers and agricultural products would help prevent world hunger, but for this the West would have to abandon the relevant sanctions.

Because of special operations The United States and European countries have imposed sanctions against Russia, including on the export of Russian fertilizers. The UN acknowledged that this decision could provoke hunger worldwide. Now the US and the EU intend to empty the grain stores in Ukraine, they need permission from Russia to allow ships to pass.

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that, together with partners in the G7, he continues to work on finding ways to resume grain exports from Ukraine. In this during a telephone conversation, he assured the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. “He said the UK will work with G7 partners to make urgent progress. The leaders agreed on the next steps and the urgent need for Russia to ease the blockade and ensure safe shipping lanes,” Boris Johnson was quoted as saying by Reuters. Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, noted that Russia is ready to discuss the unhindered export of grain, including the export of Ukrainian grain, from the Black Sea ports. The Russian leader also added that an increase in the supply of Russian fertilizers and agricultural products would help prevent world hunger, but for this the West would have to abandon the relevant sanctions. Because of the special operation, the United States and European countries imposed sanctions against Russia, including on the export of Russian fertilizers. The UN acknowledged that this decision could provoke famine around the world. Now the US and the EU intend to empty grain storage facilities in Ukraine, they need Russia’s permission to let the ships through.

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