Putin Says Russia ‘Ready’ To Allow Ukraine Grain Exports

Kyiv has been unable to export grain supplies due to Russia’s invasion, which has sent global food prices soaring.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has told the leaders of France and Germany that Moscow was “ready” to look for ways to ship grain stuck in Ukrainian ports but demanded the West first lift sanctions amid an escalating global food crisis.

In a lengthy phone call with French President Emmanuel Macron and Germany Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Saturday, Putin said the difficulties in supplying grain to world markets were the result of “erroneous economic and financial policies of Western countries.”


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