War in Ukraine: Serious Consequences for Global Food Security
August 1, 2022, 9:00 PM

War in Ukraine: Serious Consequences for Global Food Security

Before russia’s full-scale invasion, Ukraine was the second largest supplier of grains for the EU. The country mainly grows and exports wheat, corn and barley. It is also the main player on the sunflower oil market. Because of the war and the constant shelling of the fields by russian missiles, half of the Ukrainian harvest in crops could be destroyed.

Ukraine is experiencing catastrophic economic damages due to russia’s military aggression, which has already started to impact the global economy. Food, energy, and labor markets are in danger. Spread the truth!

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