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Ukraine war: Black Sea grain deal exposes Moscow's long-term diplomatic game

By Basil Germond, Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion, Lancaster University
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The deal to open up Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, brokered by the UN and Turkey, is expected to facilitate the much-needed export of several millions tonnes of grain and other food products, and potentially ease an international food crisis.

However, less than a day after the deal was signed, Russia undermined international confidence by conducting missile strikes on the port of Odessa.

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