Moscow has shown that it is ready to exploit the problem of global food security for its own political goals and thus present itself as the reasonable interlocutor, blaming the West for any failure. This is what the latest intelligence update provided by the British Ministry of Defense states. “On May 25 – it says – the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Andrei Rudenko, declared that Russia is ready to guarantee a humanitarian corridor for ships carrying food across the Black Sea in exchange for the lifting of sanctions. also asked Ukraine to de-mine the area around the port of Odessa to allow the passage of ships “. “Ukraine – underlines the report – has deployed sea mines only because of the continuing credible threat of Russian amphibious assaults from the Black Sea”. “Russia – he continues – has shown that it is ready to exploit the issue of global food security to their political goals and then present themselves as the reasonable actor and blame the West for any failure. Russia’s attempt to achieve a reduction in the toughness of international sanctions also highlights the pressure sanctions are placing on the regime. “
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