Wheat Exports: Conflict between Russia and West countries over wheat exports

Wheat Exports The United Nations is making constant efforts to ensure the supply of wheat. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed hope that the impasse in food and fertilizer supplies will end soon.

Moscow, Reuters. Tensions continue between Russia and the West over wheat exports. Russian President Vladimir Putin has blamed Western countries for the rising wheat prices in the world. It has been said that due to sanctions from Western countries, Russian cargo ships are unable to supply goods. Western countries are not ready to lift restrictions on food supply despite repeated calls.

Putin has denied allegations of intercepting food-laden ships at Ukrainian ports. Said that if the western countries have problems with Russia, they can start supplying wheat to Ukraine from there by lifting the sanctions on Belarus. While the US and Britain have blamed Russia for the non-supply of wheat from Ukraine. The United Nations is making constant efforts to ensure the supply of wheat. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed hope that the impasse in food and fertilizer supplies will end soon. Christian cleric Pope Francis has also asked Russia and Ukraine to ensure the supply of wheat. He has appeared not to make wheat a weapon. It should be noted that Russia and Ukraine are the major exporters of wheat. Russia is unable to supply wheat due to Western sanctions, and Ukrainian wheat is also being exported due to the occupation of Ukrainian ports and the blockade of Russian forces in the Black Sea.

Ukrainian army showed strength in Svyrodonsk

In the last 24 hours of the fighting that broke out in Svyrodonsk, Ukrainian forces have retaken some areas, pushing back Russian forces. Luhansk Governor Serhi Gaidai has said that Ukrainian forces have recaptured 20 percent of the city. But still, 60 percent of the urban area is occupied by the Russian army. “We will soon get a sufficient number of long-range weapons,” he said. After this, we will be able to clear our area from the Russian army. Russian forces continue to attack Lysychansk, a nearby town of Svyrodonsk. There are reports of a missile attack by the Russian army in Odessa. Two people have been injured in this attack on the food godown.

Russia’s action will continue in Ukraine

Despite the completion of 100 days of the war, the fighting in Ukraine does not seem to stop. A spokesman for the Russian government in Moscow said that some of the military’s goals had been achieved, but that the Russian military would continue until all goals were achieved. While Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Defense Hana Malyar has said that the Ukrainian army has won the first phase of the battle. President Putin aims to destroy Ukraine, his military is doing the same thing.

Two journalists were injured, driver killed

Two Reuters news agency reporters were injured and the driver of their car was killed while trying to reach the city of Svyrodonsk on Friday. The vehicle of these people was caught in the exchange of fire between the Russian and Ukrainian forces and at the same time, it came under attack.

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