The Ukrainians are in a difficult situation and are using every opportunity at their disposal in an attempt to 'stop' Russia from achieving its goals. As a result of the Russian withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative on Monday, Ukraine has sent a proposal to Turkey and the UN to allow the grain corridor under the initiative to continue working without Russian involvement.
During an interview with the media, Zelenskyy confirmed that the Black Sea Initiative must continue its work in the future. It is a difficult time for the Ukrainian leader and he is using every moment he has to help his country in its time of need.
At this point in time, every move must be measured carefully. The goal of Zelenskyy is to create pressure on the Russian government.
"The Black Sea Grain Initiative can and should continue to work, if it has to without Russia, then without Russia.
The grain export agreement, this is an agreement with Turkey and the UN, remains in force. The only thing that is needed now is its careful implementation, and the world's decisive pressure on the terrorist state," Zelenskyy said.
Volodimir Zeenskyy and his hopes
In principle, Zelenskyy hopes that this initiative will last for a long time, and that the UN, Turkey, and Ukraine will all do an excellent job of implementing it. There is no doubt that Russia is causing enormous problems for people around the world at the moment.
Ukrainians and the rest of the world could benefit greatly from such moves. The Ukrainian leader spoke with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. "Ukraine, the UN and Turkey can together ensure the operation of the food corridor and the inspection of vessels.
This is necessary for everyone in the world," concluded Zelenskyy. The fact is that Vladimir Putin has a good understanding of current events, and he won't sit back and do nothing while what happens happens around him. The Russians are "almost cut off from the world" and they have to find a way to solve problems within the country in order to make sure the country is able to function.
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