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Ramaphosa: Russia sanctions hurt 'bystander' countries

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South Africa has close historical ties with Moscow due to the Soviet Union's support for the anti-apartheid struggle. The European Union has aggressively pursued sanctions and a severing of economic ties in a bid to punish Moscow for its military operations in Ukraine. The conflict has damaged Ukraine's ports and agricultural infrastructure, likely to limit its agricultural production for years.
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Ramaphosa: Russia sanctions hurt 'bystander' countries

President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday that "bystander countries" were suffering due to sanctions against Russia and called for talks as the African Union (AU) prepared a mission to foster dialogue between Moscow and Kyiv.

1 month ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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Ramaphosa: Russia sanctions hurt ‘bystander’ countries

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S Africa pres: Russia sanctions hurting ‘bystander’ states

South Africa has close historical ties with Moscow due to the Soviet Union’s support for the anti-apartheid struggle. It abstained from a United Nations vote denouncing the invasion of Ukraine and has resisted calls to condemn Russia.The European Union has aggressively pursued sanctions and a severing of economic ties in a bid to punish Moscow for its military operations in Ukraine, a strategy that Ramaphosa said was causing collateral damage.“E…

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South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday that “bystander countries” were suffering due to sanctions against Russia and called for talks as the African Union (AU) p…

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