West News Wire: A majority of Western countries want the Ukraine crisis to continue, and they are also attempting to thwart a grain agreement that Moscow and Kiev struck through UN and Turkish mediation, Kiev’s foreign minister told local media on Tuesday.

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu claimed in an interview with the Turkish-language publication Haber Global that a number of Western nations “want the war to continue,” noting that this includes the US as well as a few NATO allies. Other than this, he made no mention of any particular states.

The US had nothing to do with these activities and was really helpful, he added, adding that there were people who wanted to sabotage the grain agreement.

“The US contribution was as follows: the removal of export barriers for Russian fertilizers, unblocking ports, [lifting restrictions on] banking transactions, etc. But some countries from Europe wanted to sabotage it,” he said, signaling that Turkey continues to work to make sure the grain deal is upheld.

A majority of Western countries want the Ukraine crisis to continue, and they are also attempting to thwart a grain agreement that Moscow and Kiev struck through UN and Turkish mediation, Kiev’s foreign minister told local media on Tuesday.

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