Don’t believe a word of Putin, he always lies, says Ukrainian Minister Kuleba – Forum24

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba calls on the world community to put Putin statement do not believe in maintaining the so-called grain corridor to Odessa.

“Putin said he would not use trade routes to attack Odessa. But the same Putin told German Chancellor Scholz and French President Macron that he had no intention of attacking Ukraine the day before he launched a total invasion. “Putin cannot be trusted, his words are empty, ” he wrote himself Indonesia Dmytro Kuleba. He reacted to the Russian dictator’s words that Russia would not use the corridor to export crops through Odessa to attack this port.

Kuleba has previously said that Ukraine is ready to create the necessary conditions for the resumption of grain exports from Odessa, but the main question is how to ensure that Russia does not use it for military purposes. According to him, Ukraine is still looking for a solution together with the United Nations and partners.

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As one of the world’s largest exporters of grain and oil and exported mainly by sea, Russia’s blockade of Black Sea ports threatens global grain markets, raises prices and causes shortages of staple foods in many countries in Africa and the Middle East.

Ukraine is trying to negotiate with partners the possibility of creating a special international mission to unblock Ukrainian sea exports. As a first step needthat Russia is withdrawing its troops in sea waters around Ukraine while providing security guarantees against non-aggression. Russia via Sergei Lavrov statethat it is ready to release ships with Ukrainian grain “if Ukraine tames ports” and if sanctions are lifted. However, both the US and the UK gave make clearthat they don’t even consider such a concession, on the contrary, the French president Macron in a recent interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he suggested a vote at the United Nations on a resolution to lift Russia’s blockade of Odessa.

With your statement he rushes and Putin’s staunch ally, Alexander Lukashenko. He suggested to the UN Secretary-General that Belarus should provide a “grain corridor” across its territory to ports in the Baltic States, provided, however, that Belarusian goods can be loaded despite sanctions at those ports.

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