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U.S. Warns African Countries That Buying Russian Oil Could Break Sanctions


Ahead of a trip to Uganda and Ghana this week, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said in an interview that it would be a “listening tour” and that she wanted to find solutions, not assign blame, over a food insecurity crisis intensifying on the African continent since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

But after arriving in Uganda, she warned African countries that there were red lines they should not cross.

“Countries can buy Russian agricultural products,…



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