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Ukraine has enough stored grain to meet domestic and international demand until at least the end of 2022, perhaps into 2023, but for this, all military actions in the Black Sea must be stopped. This was stated by Oleg Ustenko, an economic adviser to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in a comment to Newsweek.

The interlocutors exchanged views on the expected results of the forthcoming special meeting of the European Council on May 30-31, a cross-cutting issue of which will be Ukraine. Ihor Zhovkva and Konrad Szymański spoke in detail about Ukraine’s prospects of obtaining candidate status for EU membership.

There is only one way to prevent the war in Ukraine from escalating into a continental and even world war: help Ukraine win. Now, you don't have to wage this war. Just help us do it. Otherwise, you'll have to. You’ll have to send your troops to the battles. Helping Ukraine is a way to resolve the contradiction between values policy and realpolitik. This is a way to send a clear signal to potential aggressors: their actions will not go unpunished.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak has announced the establishment of an international advisory group that will develop proposals on security guarantees for Ukraine. He will co-lead the group with former NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.

Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhny had a phone conversation with US President's National Security Advisor Jacob Sullivan and United States Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley.

Davos is a place of strength. For half a century, a new world has been created here. But today a new world is being born in my country, Ukraine. We are defending from the brutal and ruthless force. But we are fighting not just for ourselves. The fate of Europe and the world is at stake. Evil has to be stopped for the future's sake.

Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ihor Zhovkva met with Chairman of the Interparliamentary Relations Group with Ukraine in the Italian Parliament Ugo Cappellacci and Member of the Foreign Affairs Commission Matteo Perego di Cremnago.

Andriy Yermak noted the importance of resuming the work of diplomatic missions and stressed: "This is a powerful signal for Ukrainians, a demonstration of faith in our country and its victory."

We are very pleased that the world has gone the path from the "second Munich" to the "second Lend-Lease" and the second frontline - this time the sanctions one - in a matter of months. However, today the attempts to turn today's Ukraine, which successfully opposes one of the world's largest armies, into the second Czechoslovakia look very strange. All this time we are emphasizing, and I will emphasize this again: it will not work. We will never give up.

Our goal is to establish peace as soon as possible. The longer this war lasts, the greater the risks to the entire planet. But this peace must be fair. Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity is not a subject for compromise. Russia must liberate our territories, including the Ukrainian Crimea and the Ukrainian Donbas.