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Reuters: 20 thousand tons of Russian fertilizer will be released in the port of Rotterdam


The Netherlands will unlock 20,000 fertilizers from Russia

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The Dutch government has decided to release 20,000 tons of Russian fertilizer destined for Malawi and stuck in the port of Rotterdam due to tough economic sanctions against the Russian Federation.

According to Reuters news agency, the fertilizers will be unlocked in the near future. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, the relevant decision was taken by the authorities of the European state in agreement with the leadership of the United Nations (UN).

It is also reported that after the fertilizers are unlocked, there are plans to distribute them in one of the poorest African countries (according to preliminary data, we are talking about Malawi).

The leadership of the United Nations (including the level of the Secretary General of the organization Antonio Guterres) previously officially stated that the world now urgently needs fertilizers from the Russian Federation, so they need to remove the sanctions at least temporarily.

Source: www.kp.ru

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