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UN Chief says will push for freedom of navigation in Black Sea


 The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that he will keep standing for freedom of navigation in the Black Sea and for Russian and Ukrainian food products reaching global markets.

“… we will also keep pushing for freedom and safety of navigation in the Black Sea and that badly needed Ukrainian and Russian food and fertilizers, reach the global market,” Guterres told the UN Security Council during a meeting on Ukraine on Friday.

Since Russia has invaded Ukraine, we have had two years of fighting and suffering, he added.

Earlier today, Russian Ambassador to the UN Vassily Nebenzia said in his speech in the United Nations General Assembly Hall, also during a meeting on Ukraine, that anyone capable of an independent analysis knows this meeting serves “solely to promote a political agenda.”

Today the United Nations is having two meetings on Ukraine – one in the General Assembly Hall and the second one at the UN Security Council. Some UN members feel the need to remember two years since the Russian Special Operation in Ukraine began. UNI/SPUTNIK AKS

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