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Putin Casts Doubt Over Ukraine Grain Deal and Gas Supplies to Europe

Sep 08, 2022 View Original Article
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    6% Center

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    54% Very Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

50% : But Putin said the accord was delivering grain, fertiliser and other food to the European Union and Turkey rather than to poor countries who should be the priority.
46% : It does not stipulate which countries Ukrainian grain should go to and the United Nations has stressed it is a commercial - not humanitarian - operation.
41% : The grain pact, facilitated by the United Nations and Turkey, created a protected corridor for Ukrainian foodstuffs after Kyiv lost access to its main export route when Russia attacked Ukraine via land, air and sea.Designed to help ease global food prices by increasing supplies, the pact has been the only diplomatic breakthrough between Moscow and Kyiv in more than six months of war.
40% :"We will not supply gas, oil, coal, heating oil - we will not supply anything."
37% : "Such unexpected and groundless statements rather indicate an attempt to find new aggressive talking points to influence global public opinion and, above all, put pressure on the United Nations," said Mykhailo Podolyak, a presidential adviser.
36% : As the European Union prepared to propose a price cap on Russian gas to try to contain an energy crisis threatening widespread hardship this winter, Putin threatened to halt all supplies if it took such a step.

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