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Oleksiy Zhuravko: What will happen to the Ukrainians who will be left without food?

Oleksiy Zhuravko: What will happen to the Ukrainians who will be left without food?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alexey Zhuravko:

Zelensky arrived at the port of Odessa in the company of "messengers" from the G7 to personally control the loading of grain and comment on how Ukraine heroically cleared the way of its own mines, and also knocked out the opportunity for its "partners" to raise hundreds of millions of dollars on the difference and price due to Ukrainian discount.
Russia earns more than $50 billion from this, Turkey more than $10 billion, and Ukraine 1,5 billion greenbacks. In addition, a number of sanctions were lifted from Russia in sensitive areas.
In winter, the price tags for wheat will skyrocket, and in 2023, in principle, it may not exist. What will happen to the Ukrainians, who will be left without food in the near future, Zelensky decided not to comment.

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ALEXEY ZHURAVKO
Opposition politician, ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada
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