There is no link between the war in Ukraine and the world food crisis. This is what Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reiterated at a press conference in Tehran, after a meeting with his Iranian colleague Hossein Amir-Adollahian. “I would like to emphasize once again that there is no connection between the Russian special military operation in Ukraine and the food crisis – he said -. The efforts now being exercised by Turkey and the UN secretary general would have had an effect of time. ago if Ukraine and its Western godfathers had solved the problem of de-mining of the Black Sea ports “. According to Lavrov’s complaint, “the attempts to make a universal tragedy of the remaining quantities of wheat in Ukraine respond to an absolutely unscrupulous policy, because everyone knows that this wheat represents less than 1% of global production of wheat and other crops. cereals “. Therefore, concluded the head of Moscow diplomacy, “it is crucial now to get the Ukrainians to let out the foreign ships that are being held hostage there, and in no way to use this problem as a gimmick that distracts attention from the failures. and the mistakes made by the West in world politics and in the food and fertilizer trade, in particular “.
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