- The EU is planning to hold talks with Latin American countries to dissuade them of becoming the replacement for Europe’s banned agricultural exports to Russia.
- EU officials have stated goals of "seeking...a united international front on Ukraine" and to talk to countries that would potentially replace EU exports "to indicate that we would expect them not to profit unfairly from the current situation."
- Russia has already been courting Latin America for alternative supplies. Brazil has authorized about 90 new meat plants to immediately start exporting chicken, beef and pork to Russia, while Chile is expected to be the replacement for Russia’s embargo on European fish.
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