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Zelensky urges neighbouring countries to lift embargo on Ukraine grain imports


Following the EU's decision to lift its ban on Ukrainian grain imports, President Volodymyr Zelensky urges neighbouring countries to do the same and support the nation at war. "It is important that European unity works bilaterally," Zelensky says, "Europe always wins when agreements work and promises are kept."

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