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Lifting sanctions against Russia to move Ukrainian grain exports not an option: Ukraine PM

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Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg tells allies the war may last a long time. Russia says it's opening corridors for shipping from seven Ukrainian ports. Ukraine says Russia has occupied 95% of Luhansk region. Google pays fines of 7.7-billion roubles in Russia.
1 month ago·Ukraine

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Lifting sanctions against Russia to move Ukrainian grain exports not an option: Ukraine PM

Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal says the West must not give in to Russian pressure to ease sanctions in order to restart the flow of agricultural exports.

1 month ago·Toronto, Canada
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UKRAINE UPDATE: 27 MAY 2022: Putin will facilitate grain exports if sanctions are lifted; Russia ‘has occupied 95% of Luhansk’

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he’s willing to facilitate grain and fertiliser exports as global concern mounts about food shortages and rising prices – but only if sanctions on his country are lifted.

1 month ago·South Africa
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Putin links grain exports to lifting sanctions on Russia

Putin did not specify whether he was referring to Russian exports or those from Ukraine that have been stopped by Moscow's blockade of ports.

1 month ago
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