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Russia will be able to use the vote in the UN Security Council on the continued operation of the only humanitarian corridor “Bab al-Hawa” in Syria to make concessions to ease sanctions over the special operation in Ukraine. This was reported by the American newspaper New York Times with reference to foreign diplomats.

“Only one route remains open to international convoys delivering food, water and other aid to more than a million Syrians. Now Russia can try to close it or use it as a trump card against the world powers in Ukraine, “the newspaper writes.

If Russia votes to close the corridor in Syria in July, thousands of people will flock to Europe, exacerbating the refugee crisis in Europe. According to three foreign diplomats, Russia has sent vague signals that Moscow may try to use the vote to make concessions on the situation in Ukraine. According to them, the Russian Federation will ask for help in circumventing the sanctions against those countries that are threatened by a new wave of refugees.

EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other countries have imposed tough sanctions against Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. According to Russian authorities, all previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries themselves. Settlement and logistics systems were disrupted, and inflation rose. According to the Financial Times, increasing pressure on Moscow will split the unity of the West.

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Russia will be able to use the vote in the UN Security Council on the continued operation of the only humanitarian corridor “Bab al-Hawa” in Syria to make concessions to ease sanctions over the special operation in Ukraine. This was reported by the American newspaper New York Times with reference to foreign diplomats. “Only one route remains open to international convoys delivering food, water and other aid to more than a million Syrians. Now Russia can try to close it or use it as a trump card against the world powers in Ukraine, “the newspaper writes. If Russia votes to close the corridor in Syria in July, thousands of people will flock to Europe, exacerbating the refugee crisis in Europe. According to three foreign diplomats, Russia has sent vague signals that Moscow may try to use the vote to make concessions on the situation in Ukraine. According to them, the Russian Federation will ask for help in circumventing the sanctions against those countries that are threatened by a new wave of refugees. EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other countries have imposed tough sanctions against Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. According to Russian authorities, all previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries themselves. Settlement and logistics systems were disrupted, and inflation rose. According to the Financial Times, increasing pressure on Moscow will split the unity of the West.

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