Will the grains from Ukraine again invade the railways and naval transport from Romania? The hypocrisy of the UN and the Western states

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Bucharest, July 18, 2023 – Today, at the request of the Russian Federation, grain from Ukraine is again under the Russian embargo. Any ship entering the Bosphorus/Dardanes towards the Black Sea and the borders with Ukraine will come under the jurisdiction of the Russian army and will suffer severe consequences.
This is what the Moscow authorities announced in the last two days and today they confirmed the final decision.
The “Grains Agreement” was concluded in Istanbul on July 22, 2022, with the participation of the UN, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine. Part of the agreement called for the creation of maritime security corridors for the export of grain from Ukrainian ports (Chernomorsk, Odesa and Yuzhny) and the control of these ships so that they do not carry weapons. The second part of the agreement included UN efforts to remove barriers to Russian food and fertilizer exports.
Moscow says the Russian side of the deal has not been carried out.
The last ship with a cargo of corn and canola left the port of Odesa for Turkey on Sunday, July 16, according to the joint coordination center.
From the beginning of the agreement until July 16, 2023, 32.9 million tons of goods were exported from the Black Sea ports of Romania and Ukraine.
Although the agreement concluded in 2022 aimed to sell Ukrainian grain to obtain the necessary income for the war with Russia and, above all, as the representatives of the UN and the great Western powers preached, to ensure food for the poor countries in the south, the reality is completely different .
According to convergent sources, more than half (16.9 million tons) was corn, another 27% (8.9 million tons) was wheat. , 6% (1.9 million tons) – sunflower meal, 5% (1.7 million tons) – sunflower oil and 11% represented other commodities, including barley, rape and sunflower seeds and soy. The main recipient of the goods was China (8 million tons), followed by Spain (6 million tons), Turkey (3.2 million tons), Italy (2.1 million tons) and the Netherlands (2 million of tons).
The poorest countries in Asia and Africa received 768.6 thousand tons of agricultural products (2.3%) during the entire period of the “grain business”.
It is unworthy of the UN and its representatives to witness this dirty deed on behalf of poor countries. Even more undignified is the motivation of some Western experts who claim that some of the grains bought by Turkey, Germany, Holland, China end up in poor countries after they have been “processed” in the technical facilities of the states in question.
As far as Romania is concerned, the return of the grain routes on the territory of Romania will once again affect the business of Romanian farmers. Last year they were forced to ask for financial aid from the EU due to the damage caused by the dumping of Ukrainian grain on Romanian territory.

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