Russia benarkan eksport bijirin Ukraine jika Barat tarik balik sekatan

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Russia juga tegaskan Barat yang cetuskan krisis makanan global ketika ini

Russia juga tegaskan Barat yang cetuskan krisis makanan global ketika ini

Putin memaklumkan kepada Jerman dan Perancis bahawa Moscow bersedia 'mencari jalan' bagi membolehkan stok bijirin di Ukraine dieksport.

MOSCOW: Presiden Russia, Vladimir Putin memaklumkan kepada pemimpin Jerman dan Perancis bahawa Moscow bersedia untuk ‘mencari jalan’ bagi membolehkan stok bijirin yang terkandas di sejumlah pelabuhan di Ukraine dihantar kepada negara pengimport.for the latest news you need to know.A KYIV/POPASNA, Ukraine (May 28): Ukraine said on Friday (May 27) its forces may need to retreat from their last pocket of resistance in Luhansk to avoid being captured by Russian troops pressing an advance in the east that had shifted the momentum of the three-month-old war..

Namun, perkara itu hanya dipersetujui sekiranya Barat menarik balik sekatan dikenakan terhadap Moscow ketika ini.Menerusi perbualan telefon bersama Presiden Perancis, Emmanuel Macron dan Canselor Jerman, Olaf Scholz kelmarin, Putin menegaskan kesukaran untuk membekalkan bijirin kepada pasaran dunia adalah disebabkan oleh sekatan yang ‘strategi politik dan kewangan yang ditentukan negara Barat’.A withdrawal could bring Russian President Vladimir Putin closer to his goal of capturing Ukraine's Luhansk and Donetsk regions in full.“Russia bersedia untuk membantu menyalurkan bekalan bijirin kepada pasaran global, termasuk eksport bijirin Ukraine dari pelabuhan Laut Hitam.Luhansk's governor, Serhiy Gaidai, said Russian troops had entered Sievierodonetsk, the largest Donbas city still held by Ukraine, after trying to trap Ukrainian forces there for days.“Peningkatan bekalan baja dan produk agrikultur dari Russia juga boleh membantu mengurangkan ketegangan dalam pasaran makanan dunia ketika ini dan sudah tentu memerlukan sekatan yang dikenakan Barat ditarik balik dalam kadar segera,” kata Putin kepada Scholz.Luhansk's governor, Serhiy Gaidai, said Russian troops had entered Sievierodonetsk, the largest Donbas city still held by Ukraine, after trying to trap Ukrainian forces there for days.Serangan Russia di Ukraine serta sekatan Barat menyebabkan bekalan baja, gandum dan komoditi lain antara kedua-dua negara itu terjejas.

Russia dan Ukraine mengeluarkan 30 peratus bekalan gandum dunia.“The Russians will not be able to capture Luhansk region in the coming days as analysts have predicted,” Gaidai said on Telegram, referring to Sievierodonetsk and its twin city Lysychansk across the Siverskiy Donets River."We will have enough strength and resources to defend ourselves.Selain itu, Putin memberitahu kedua-dua pemimpin bahawa terdapat sejumlah isu berkaitan penghantaran gandum Ukraine yang terkandas di Laut Hitam.“Russia bersedia untuk menghantar bekalan kira-kira 300 tan bijirin untuk pasaran dunia dari pelabuhan di Odesa di Ukraine.However it is possible that in order not to be surrounded we will have to retreat.“Bagi tujuan tersebut sudah tentu Russia mahukan situasi timbal balik, termasuk Barat menarik semula sekatan yang dikenakan terhadap negara ini.Ukraine said Russia had captured most of Lyman but that its forces were blocking an advance to Sloviansk, a city a half-hour drive further south-west.“Moscow berkeras menyatakan krisis makanan dunia yang dihadapi ketika ini bukan berpunca dari perang Russia-Ukraine, sebaliknya tindakan ‘kurang bijak’ Barat,” kata responden Al-Jazeera di Moscow, Dorsa Jabbari.Ukraine said Russia had captured most of Lyman but that its forces were blocking an advance to Sloviansk, a city a half-hour drive further southwest.

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Ukraine says troops may retreat from eastern region as Russia advancesKYIV, May 28 ― Ukraine said yesterday its forces may need to retreat from their last pocket of resistance in Luhansk to avoid being captured by Russian troops pressing an...

Ukraine says troops may retreat from eastern region as Russia advancesKYIV/POPASNA, Ukraine (May 28): Ukraine said on Friday (May 27) its forces may need to retreat from their last pocket of resistance in Luhansk to avoid being captured by Russian troops pressing an advance in the east that had shifted the momentum of the three-month-old war.A withdrawal could bring Russian President Vladimir Putin closer to his goal of capturing Ukraine's Luhansk and Donetsk regions in full. His troops have gained ground in the two areas collectively known as the

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