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Ukrainian farmers in Kherson region grapple with aftermath of Russian occupation

By France24
18 December 2022   |   6:31 pm
Russia's invasion of Ukraine and occupation of much of its most fertile land, in the southern regions of Mykolaiv and Kherson, has been catastrophic for the country's agriculture. Back in April, our correspondent Gulliver Cragg met one of the many farmers whose land had fallen under Russian control.

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