Sunak accuses Russia of ‘turning food into weapons’

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MOSCOW, November 14 – RIA Novosti. On the eve of the G20 summit, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called on countries to increase food production and free up stocks where possible, and accused Russia of “turning food into weapons”.

sunak wrote article for the Telegraph newspaper, in which he noted that “the war against Ukraine exacerbates the problems of countries around the world. “Two-thirds of G20 members now have inflation above seven percent,” the British prime minister said.

Above all, support should continue to be provided “where it is most needed during the coming winter,” Sunak said. In this regard, he noted the help for the Ukrainian people, as well as “measures to prevent hunger in the most vulnerable parts of the world.”

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Алексей Гармаш
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