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EU blames Russia for grain shortage

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In his statement on the social media, EU Representative Borrell emphasized that the EU’s sanctions against Russia aim to weaken the war capacity of this country and do not include agricultural works.

Borrell, “Russia’s ongoing blockade of Ukrainian ports causes tons of grains such as corn and wheat to remain in Ukraine, one of the main producers of the world, and prevents their export. Russia is directly responsible for the shortage in grain trade between countries. ” he used his word.

Stating that Russia put the blame on sanctions instead of ending its raids, Borrell accused the Kremlin of disinformation.

Borrell noted that they will be in full solidarity with countries all over the world to solve the problems caused by the war.

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