Ukraine, Russia Agricultural Production Critical to Restoring Global Food Security

Environmental News from Europe:

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Wednesday the problem of global food security could not be solved without restoring Ukrainian agricultural production and Russian food and fertilizer output to the world market.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February has added to volatility in financial markets, sending commodity prices higher and affecting logistics, potentially derailing the economic recovery from COVID-19 in many countries, including Nigeria.

“Our analysis indicates that the war in Ukraine is only making things worse, setting in motion a three-dimensional crisis that is a devastating global food, energy, and financial systems for developing countries,” Guterres told reporters during a maiden visit to Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

“There is really no true solution to the problem of global food security without bringing back the agriculture production of Ukraine and the food and fertilizer production of Russia and Belarus into world markets despite the war,” he said.

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Source: Reuters

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