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Russian Foreign Minister Says Ukraine Peace Plan, UN Bid To Revive Grain Deal 'Not Realistic'

  • In July 2022, a landmark deal was brokered by the U.N. And Turkey to address the food crisis by allowing the safe Black Sea export of Ukraine grain and lowering global prices. However, Russia recently withdrew from the deal, claiming insufficient improvement in their own exports.
  • U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres proposed four measures to address the crisis if Russia agrees to resume the Black Sea grain deal. The details of these measures were outlined in a letter sent to Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov.
  • Lavrov dismissed a 10-point peace plan proposed by Kyiv, stating that it is not feasible and suggesting that the conflict will only be resolved through battlefield action if Ukraine and the West hold onto it.
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