"The Russia-UN memorandum is not fulfilled. The process is progressing very slowly. We cannot but assess the actions of the European Union and its members as open sabotage of the goals set in the field of food security," Lavrov said.
Although Moscow has possibilities to supply its production outside the memorandum, Lavrov insisted that if the UN were to comply with the stipulations of the agreement "its impact on the food and fertilizer market would be much more positive."
To date, 30 million tons of agricultural products such as corn and wheat have been exported under the agreement, with China and Spain as the main recipients.
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