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How Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s ports has rattled global supply chains


After weeks of disruption in the economic activity due to the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s biggest port Odessa may see a slim path towards trade normalcy through Russia’s Baltic neighbour.

In a press conference with British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, Lithuania Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis Tuesday said his country is mulling a “coalition of the willing” to unblock Odessa and ensure the resumption of the exports of food grains from Ukraine, with Truss adding that the UK supports such a coalition “in principle”.

According to Lithuania’s state broadcaster, Landsbergis clarified that the coalition would not constitute a “no-fly zone” but a humanitarian mission to address a “global food security issue”, despite the need for NATO involvement.

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