“This is a legitimate issue that puts in a bad light all the fuss about the export of Ukrainian grain,” Polyansky wrote on Twitter.

Thus, he commented on reports that since the beginning of the grain export mechanism from Ukraine, food cargoes have been sent to the ports of Great Britain, Ireland, Italy and China.

“Obviously, no one is thinking about the needy and developing countries in general.

It seems that the whole history was a smokescreen for Western countries, ”admitted Polyansky.

Earlier, Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev, head of the Russian National Defense Control Center, said that two more dry cargo ships with corn and flour left Ukrainian Chernomorsk for Liberia and Turkey as part of a food deal.

Frederick Jay Kenny, UN Resident Representative at the Joint Coordinating Center in Istanbul, spoke about the great interest of ship owners in participating in grain exports from Ukraine.