The initiative of the G7 Group regarding “the total ban on exports to our country is beautiful, especially since it implies a reciprocal ban on imports from our country, including in the case of very sensitive products for the G7”. “In such a case, the Grain Agreement and many other things they need will be stopped,” said former Russian President and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, currently Vice-President of the Presidential Council for National Security, quoted by Reuters. .
Officials from the Japanese Presidency of the G7 Group stated a few days ago, according to the Kyodo agency, that the organization of highly industrialized nations is analyzing the possibility of an almost total ban on exports to Russia.
The Ministers of Agriculture from the G7 Group requested, on Sunday, the extension of the Agreement between Russia and Ukraine, mediated by the UN and Turkey, regarding grain exports on the Black Sea. The agreement will expire on May 18, if Moscow does not agree to its extension.
Russia formulated a series of objections regarding the extension of the Grains Agreement. Moscow insisted on facilitating Russian grain and fertilizer exports. The current agreement allows this, but Russia is unhappy about some practical aspects. The grain agreement, signed in 2022, is guaranteed by Turkey and the United Nations.
“We condemn Russia’s attempts to use food as a tool for destabilization and as a means of geopolitical pressure and confirm our commitment to stand in solidarity and support countries affected by Russia’s use of food as a weapon,” the G7 Agriculture Ministers said. , according to the website Tagesschau.de, on the occasion of the meeting held in the Japanese city of Miyazaki. The G7 Group includes the United States, Canada, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Japan.
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