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Moscow is accused of blackmail after suspending its participation in a grain export settlement.
The United Nations and Turkey are working to salvage a deal to export Russian and Ukrainian grain by means of the Black Sea.
The settlement in July was seen as a uncommon diplomatic breakthrough between Moscow and Kyiv.
Russia has suspended its involvement, blaming drone assaults on its Black Sea fleet in Crimea for the choice.
Ukraine’s president says Russia is blackmailing the world with starvation.
The 2 nations have been main suppliers of wheat, barley, corn and sunflower oil to lower- and middle-income nations earlier than the warfare.
So will the international locations that rely on the shipments discover sufficient meals to eat?
Presenter: Sohail Rahman
Andrey Baklanov – Former Russian ambassador to Saudi Arabia
Steve Mathews – Senior VP of Monetary Providers, Gro Intelligence
Masha Belikova – Grain information and value reporter, Fastmarkets AgriCensus