Ukraine’s victory is the only solution to the global food crisis
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It's more than a year into russia’s war on Ukraine and eight months that the Black Sea Grain Deal has been in effect. The breadbasket of the region, Ukraine wants to keep its ports open to trading but must negotiate to operate in its own waters, under threat from the russian navy. In the new episode, Rubryka discusses the significance of this trade route: was it a success or failure for Ukraine and the world? Why does Ukraine want to keep it open, while russia insists on causing problems?
Editor’s note: at the time of recording the extension of the Grain Deal had not yet been confirmed. Eventually, it was confirmed that the current scheme would remain in place for another 120 days.
Stories mentioned in the episode: https://rubryka.com/en/blog/black-sea-corridor/
Hosts: Anastasia Rudenko, editor-in-chief of Rubryka, and Vladyslav Faraponov, analyst at Internews-Ukraine.
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