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'Critical' that Ukraine grain deal is extended: Guterres in Kyiv

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UN chief Antonio Guterres underscores during a visit to Kyiv the need to extend the deal which has allowed the resumption of grain exports from war-torn Ukraine. SOUNDBITE

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