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A light is shining at the end of the tunnel of the food crisis caused by the Ukrainian war. To avoid a severe crisis for the world.
During a telephone conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholes, Russian President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed his country’s readiness to assist in the unrestricted export of grain from Ukraine. He said Russia was ready to help find solutions for unrestricted grain exports, including Ukrainian grain from ports in the Black Sea, according to a statement from the Kremlin.
In turn, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky that international partners are actively working to find ways to resume grain exports from Ukraine to avert a global food crisis. Johnson added that the two leaders discussed the importance of international community unity in a war situation. Johnson stressed that the UK would work with G7 partners to push for an urgent improvement in grain exports, according to a British report on the call. The statement added that the two leaders agreed on the next steps, easing the siege and allowing Russia to navigate safer routes.
On the other hand, the German Chancellor and the French President asked the Russian President to hold intensive direct talks with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky. Schulz and Macron stressed the need for an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine. Both officials called on Putin to hold intensive direct talks with the Ukrainian president and find a diplomatic solution to the conflict.
For his part, Putin warned of the danger of supplying Western weapons to Ukraine, stressing that it threatens to further destabilize the situation. In a statement issued at the end of the call, the Russian president stressed the danger of continued flooding of Ukraine by Western weapons, and warned of the dangers of destabilizing the situation and exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.
On the ground, the Russian military said yesterday that it had completely captured the strategically important Lyman in the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine. Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said that through the joint operation of the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Russian Armed Forces, the city of Krasny Lyman had been completely liberated from the hands of Ukrainian nationalists. The Ukrainian military also acknowledged that it had suffered a major setback in the war to retain control of the city of Lyman.
Distribution and Concerns
In addition, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksi Resnikov said that his country was beginning to receive anti-ship missiles from Denmark and self-propelled howitzers from the United States, and that these weapons would support his country’s forces. “Harpoon missiles will not only strengthen our country’s coastal defenses, but will also be used by trained Ukrainian teams,” Resnikov wrote on his Facebook page.
In this case, the European police “Europol” is concerned that the weapons sent to Ukraine by the European Union could fall into the wrong hands for a long time. “At some point the war will end and we want to prevent a situation similar to what happened in the Balkans 30 years ago. The weapons of that war are still used by criminal gangs today,” said Catherine de Paul, director of the European Police. Agency.
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