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EU's Michel says Russian blockade of Ukraine ports 'must stop'

  • G20 leaders meeting in New Delhi may struggle to reach a consensus on a declaration due to deeper divisions over Russia's blockade of Ukrainian grain. European Council President Charles Michel urged tougher action against Russia, stating that they support the efforts made by the Indian presidency.
  • The EU wants G20 leaders to pressure Russia to end its blockade and rejoin the Black Sea grain deal. Russia's blockade has led to food insecurity for over 250 million people worldwide. The EU is developing alternative routes to bring grains from Ukraine to global markets.
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are not attending the summit. Russia is represented by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and China by Premier Li Qiang. The EU condemns Russia's aggression and wants the G20 to focus on global challenges related to food and energy security.
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