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A few thousand Ukrainian farmers wave flags of various parties as they gather in front of the parliament building to protest land sales in Kyiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019. The new Ukrainian government has proposed to lift the ban on sales of farmland amid fears that Ukraine's coveted black earth will be bought up by foreigners, including Russians. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Ukrainians farmers, supporters of an agrarian association, demonstrate outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 31, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the existing ban on the sale of farmland, a step long awaited by investors but to which many Ukrainians are opposed fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainian farmers rally outside of the Parliament in Kiev on October 30, 2019, as they protest against government plans to lift the moratorium on agricultural land sales, a step long awaited by investors but opposed by the Ukrainians fearing a foreign land grab. - Ukraine's new government would allow the sale of farmland from next year to boost investment, as critics warned this could lead to a foreign land grab. The former Soviet country, whose stalling economy has been propped up by Western aid in recent years, is home to some of the largest swathes of cultivated land in Europe. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)