The Heads of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania and Great Britain on Monday (May 23) discussed in London measures that will help break the Russian blockade of grain in the coming weeks. There are fears of a global food crisis. This will especially affect the countries of the Middle East and North Africa, which use huge amounts of Ukrainian grain. The participants of the meeting referred to the creation of a protection corridor from Odessa across the Bosphorus.

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The Alliance of Desires in the Black Sea

British Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss also said the US was sending long-range missiles to destroy Russian ships – reportstimesHe stated that a “coalition of the willing” was established at sea blackWhich, according to the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will include some NATO countries, as well as countries that depend on Ukrainian grain imports. Thanks to the “protection corridor” created in this way, it will be possible to transport grain from Odessa through the Bosphorus. The coalition forces created in this way can remove the mines from the waters in the Odessa port area to ensure the safe transportation of grain.times“Long-range missiles will also be deployed in Ukraine to prevent an attack,” he added Russia in the corridor.

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Representatives of the Polish Ministry of Agriculture reported that, according to the data of the Ministry of Finance, 108,663 tons of wheat and corn were imported from Ukraine to Poland from January to the end of March 2022. Most of the grain was imported from Ukraine in March, it was 220 tons of wheat and 106,630 tons of corn – according to Dariush Maminsky reports from the Press Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development – teach Farmer. pl.

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