Peskov: the global food crisis may occur due to sanctions
Russia does not provoke the threat of a global food crisis, the reason is the imposed sanctions. This was stated by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti reports.
According to him, the Russian Federation has always been a fairly reliable exporter of grain, Ukraine is the same supplier, while Russia does not prevent this country from exporting grain by rail to Poland.
The Kremlin representative also stressed that Ukraine's actions to mine the Black Sea made the sea route unsafe, a number of measures should be taken to resume navigation.
Earlier in The UN noted that the Black Sea basin is one of the key regions for the production of grain and agricultural products, so any interruptions in production or supply can lead to higher prices and shortages of products.
I also agreed with the threat of global famine and Russian President Vladimir Putin During a conversation with the UN Secretary GeneralAntonio Guterres, Peskov added.
Add, Kyiv has been actively exporting grain and other agricultural products by road, rail, also through the port of Izmail and by barges along the Danube to Romania. In exchange, weapons are imported into the country.
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