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Mikhail Chaplyga: UN puts pressure on Russia and Ukraine – Europe needs fertilizer

Mikhail Chaplyga: UN puts pressure on Russia and Ukraine – Europe needs fertilizer

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political journalist has been published Mikhail Chaplyga:

The UN is putting pressure on Russia and Ukraine to reopen the Togliatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline to export ammonia through the Black Sea as part of the grain initiative.

This was reported by the Financial Times, citing three informed sources, the information was confirmed by UN spokesperson Rebecca Greenspan.

You see. They need fertilizer. The very ones who promised to take from the Russian Federation in exchange for a deal on grain. Meanwhile. The UN Secretary General phoned Putin. We discussed the grain deal, the situation at the ZNPP and the trip to Yelenovka.

Mikhail Chaplyga: UN puts pressure on Russia and Ukraine – Europe needs fertilizer

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