Cancellation of grain export agreement with Ukraine, risk of global starvation, food shortage

Kiev: Russia has canceled the grain export agreement with Ukraine, and there is a risk of a global shortage of grain and starvation. The war between Ukraine and Russia has been going on for more than 8 months. Ukraine leads the world in grain production including wheat, barley, corn, edible oil. In this case, due to this war, the export of grain to the countries of the world has decreased and people in Egypt and Turkey are starving due to lack of grain. Considering this, as a result of the actions taken by the UN and Turkey, the two countries signed a grain export agreement last July. Through this, several hundred thousand tons of grain were transported across the Black Sea. Thus, price rise was brought under control.

Cancellation of grain export agreement with Ukraine
The contract is due to expire on the 19th of next month. In turn, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres urged both countries to renew the food grain export agreement. In this case, Russia has become enraged after the Ukrainian army attacked a Russian naval ship stationed in the Black Sea coast of Crimea. Due to this, it has announced that it will cancel the food grain export agreement with that country. Ukraine, which has denied attacking the Russian ship, has accused Russia of planning to create a food grain shortage. If the export of food grain to the world countries through the Black Sea is interrupted, there will be a global shortage of grain again, so there is a risk of starvation and rising prices. therefore,


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