“The prime minister and the Russian president also spoke about the particularly tense global food situation as a result of Russia’s aggression,” Shouz’s office said in a statement after 75 minutes of talks between the two leaders.
Before the Russian invasion, Ukraine was considered “the world’s granary”, exporting 4.5 million tons of agricultural products through its ports each month, accounting for 12% of the world’s total production, wheat for 15%. Corn accounted for, and sunflower oil remained half that.
But with Russian warships cut off from the world at Odessa, Kornomorsk and other ports, supplies can only be made from congested land, which is far less efficient.
He urged Putin “taking into account the seriousness of the military situation and the consequences of the war in Ukraine, especially in Mariupol”, “to achieve a ceasefire as soon as possible to improve the humanitarian situation and to make progress in finding diplomatic For”. conflict resolution”.
Shaz “strongly rejected” Moscow’s allegations that “Nazism is widespread in Ukraine”.
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