Food held hostage: How to free up Black Sea route for global supplies?

Talk about competing narratives. Russia's foreign minister is in Turkey's capital, where his hosts talked up the prospect of a UN-brokered plan to free up the Black Sea and the food supplies blocked by the war in Ukraine. The Kremlin wants the waters de-mined and the West to lift "sanctions" on food supplies that are critical to the developing world.

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