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The British Ministry of Defense calls on Russia to let Ukraine export grain, but does not want to talk about lifting sanctions. Russia said earlier today that it is ready to establish a humanitarian corridor for ships exporting food, but only if some sanctions are lifted.

Russia must “do the right thing,” says the British ministry. Secretary Wallace doesn’t like the idea of ​​lifting sanctions against Russia in exchange for the release of grain. He does agree with a plan that Black Sea countries, such as Turkey, will supervise grain transports.

According to the British ministry, countries such as Libya and Yemen desperately need the grain, otherwise famine could break out. “I call on Russia to do the right thing in the spirit of humanity and to stop stealing the grain for its own resources. Let’s not talk about sanctions, let’s do the right thing,” the minister continued.

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