Belgium welcomes the extension of the grain deal, the country’s Foreign Ministry said. The agency’s statement also emphasizes that Brussels is facilitating the export of fertilizers owned by Russian companies through Belgian ports.
It is noted that this assistance serves the interests of low-income countries that are faced with a food crisis, RBC reports.
“In the context of the shortage, Belgium is working closely with the United Nations and the World Food Program to facilitate the transport of fertilizer components owned by Russian companies that are in Belgian ports to countries in need,” the Belgian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
At the same time, Brussels rejected Russia’s accusations that Belgium or European countries are responsible for blocking the export of these fertilizers. The Belgian Foreign Ministry stressed that the reason for the aggravation of the food crisis was Russia’s NWO in Ukraine, and not EU sanctions.
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