World News: America calls Russia ‘sponsor’ of terrorism, says – it is difficult to designate it as such a country

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  • More than 1 million tons of Ukrainian food grains are being exported to the world
  • facing famine
  • have serious consequences

World News: The White House says designating Russia as a terrorism sponsor is not an effective way to hold it accountable as it could have unintended consequences for Ukraine and the rest of the world. White House press secretary Karen Jean-Pierre told reporters in her daily news conference on Tuesday that, as the president has said, and we think too, this (declaring Russia a sponsor of terrorism) is the best way to hold Russia accountable. There is no effective or strong way.

Black Sea port may become a crisis

He said the designation of Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism could have unintended consequences for Ukraine and the world. For example, according to experts and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) we spoke to, this could seriously affect Ukraine’s ability to provide aid to areas, Pierre said. Another, the press secretary said, is that it could divert important humanitarian and commercial bodies from facilitating food exports to help mitigate the global food crisis and jeopardize the Black Sea port agreement, Due to which more than one million tons of Ukrainian food grains are being exported to the world. Areas to which these food grains are being exported also include areas of Africa that are probably facing famine.

America worked on all sanctions

Pierre also said that this would undermine all attempts to hold Russian President Vladimir Putin accountable so far. Responding to a question, he further told reporters that it would also undermine our unprecedented multilateral capabilities that have been effective in holding Putin accountable and could undermine our ability to support Ukraine in talks. So we don’t think it’s the most efficient way or the strongest way forward. Instead, the US has already implemented the dire consequences that would result under such sanctions, he said.

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The development of the world will be shocked

The International Monetary Fund currently forecasts the global economy to grow at 3.2 per cent this year, down from 6.1 per cent last year and significantly lower than its previous estimates of 3.6 per cent in April, 4.4 per cent in January and 4.9 per cent in October. Is. The IMF estimates that the global growth rate will be 2.6 percent in 2022. If there is a complete cut of Russian gas supplies to Europe and a 30 per cent drop in Russian oil exports, growth will slow to 2 per cent in 2023. Growth in Europe and the US could approach zero next year.

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