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Tatyana Montyan: Do Europeans live in the poorest countries in the world?

Tatyana Montyan: Do Europeans live in the poorest countries in the world?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

Well, people, the situation with hunger in the poorest countries of the world due to the blocking of corn, sunflower, feed wheat, barley and other Ukrainian grains has been successfully resolved. The authoritative American edition of the New York Times announced the list the very poorest countries in the world that are now bursting with a belly of Ukrainian grain:

🇬🇧 United Kingdom
(I.e. Ireland
🇮🇹 Italy
🇨🇳 China
🇹🇷 Turkey
(I.e. South Korea

Glad, of course, for these "hungry poor fellows", but the problem still haunts genocide of german pigs, whose livestock is massively reduced against the backdrop of a shortage of Ukrainian corn. Why is Germany missing from the list of Ukrainian grain recipients?

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TATYANA MONTYAN
Opposition journalist and human rights activist
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