Moscow returns to the wheat agreement the real pressure on

Moscow returns to the wheat agreement: the (real) pressure on Putin is working

Russia rejoined the deal to allow grain exports across the Black Sea. On Saturday he accused Ukraine of endangering Russian grain carriers after an attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea fleet in Sevastopol. He hastily decided to suspend participation in the pact signed in July through Turkey and the United Nations, and the Russian representatives firmly stated that without Moscow, the grain transport across the Black Sea would not have been possible.

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