The world's food crisis will be overcome: Russia-Ukraine signs the grain export agreement, grain exports via Black Sea will start again

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The world's food crisis will be overcome: Russia-Ukraine signs the grain export agreement, grain exports via Black Sea will start again
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The whole world was struggling with food crisis due to the Russia-Ukraine battle that started on 24 February. Now this crisis has come to an end. There is a grain deal between the two countries. After this, the export of food grains will start again via Black Sea. It is a matter of fact that Turkey and the United Nations have played an important role in this agreement. Ibrahim Kalini, spokesperson of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, said in a tweet- the grain export agreement is very important for global food security. It was signed in Istanbul. During this, UN General Secretary Antonio Guterres, Ukraine and Russia's delegation and President Tayyip Erdogan were present. The main things of Deal were on the verge of Bhaukhamari, in fact, the export of grain and oil seeds from Ukraine was almost stopped after the war. UN Secretary -General Antonio Guterres warned about this. He had said- If the war was prolonged and the supply of grain from Russia, Ukraine is limited, then there is a danger of millions of people getting caught in the poverty trap. Political disturbance will increase, the physical growth of children will be affected and starvation will spread. How the food crisis arose from Jung disrupts the Russia-Ukraine supply. Ukraine laid landmine in the sea to thwart the Russian attack. On the other hand, Russia blocked Shah Odessa, a port on the banks of Black Sea. From there, there is a loading of Ukraine's goods. In such a situation, it was necessary to end this blockade. At the same time, fertilizer is an important need for grain yield. Russia is the main supplier of nitrogen, potash and phosphate -based manure. The sanctions on Russia affected the supply. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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