Zhelensky warns that the amount of wheat blocked in Ukraine could triple “by this fall”.

10:22 am: Countries around Serbia close their airspace to Russian Foreign Minister

“Russian diplomacy has not yet learned to teleport,” Russian diplomatic sources said. Russian diplomatic spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced on Monday that European countries around Serbia had closed their airspace for Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s plane, which was expected in Belgrade. Russian diplomatic sources quoted Interfax as saying that the Russian minister’s visit had been canceled.

“The Russian delegation was due to arrive in Belgrade for talks, but the EU and NATO member states have closed their airspace,” he added. Evening NewsThese include Serbia’s three neighbors: Bulgaria, northern Macedonia and Montenegro.

The deputy speaker of the Federal Council, the head of the Russian parliament, Konstantin Kozatsov, condemned Monday morning’s closure of the airspace for Sergei Lavrov as “one state against Russia and one state against Serbia.” “I hope the reaction will be general and very severe, not only in the form of diplomatic protests, but also as practical, concrete actions,” he wrote in the telegram.

Like Russian President Vladimir Putin, Sergei Lavrov has been targeted by EU sanctions since February 25, the day after the invasion of Ukraine.

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