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Russia says easing Ukraine Black Sea ports blockade dependent on sanctions review

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Russia says easing Ukraine Black Sea ports blockade dependent on sanctions review

Russia says easing Ukraine Black Sea ports blockade dependent on sanctions review

Moscow's comments follow an appeal by the UN food chief to Vladimir Putin that millions would die around the world because of Russia's blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports.


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