Zhelensky calls for Russia to be excluded from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization – Observer

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky on Thursday called on Russia to withdraw from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), accusing Moscow of withholding Ukrainian grain.

“If at least 400 million people or more than a billion people go hungry, what will be Russia’s place in the FAO?”Zelensky said in a speech broadcast via video conference at a ministerial meeting of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Oh Siege of Ukrainian ports Starting in the country’s main port of Odessa, grain exports, especially wheat, were paralyzed by the Russian Black Sea Fleet. Prior to the Russian invasion that began on February 24, Ukraine was on the verge of becoming the world’s third-largest grain exporter.

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African and Middle Eastern countries First victims and fear of severe food crises.

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“The Black Sea, one of the world’s main avenues for food exports, has been blocked by the Russian navy,” President Zhelensky told a conference in Paris, which was attended by Italian government leader Mario Draghi and the African Union. President Maggie Sol.

[Createdin1945theFAOaimsto”achievefoodsecurityforall”byensuring”consistentaccesstogoodqualityfoodforactiveandhealthyliving”readsitswebsite[1945இல்உருவாக்கப்பட்டதுFAOஆனது”சுறுசுறுப்பானமற்றும்ஆரோக்கியமானவாழ்க்கையைநடத்துவதற்குபோதுமானநல்லதரமானஉணவைமக்கள்தொடர்ந்துஅணுகுவதை”உறுதிசெய்வதன்மூலம்”அனைவருக்கும்உணவுப்பாதுகாப்பைஅடைவதை”நோக்கமாகக்கொண்டுள்ளதுஅதன்வலைத்தளத்தைப்படிக்கிறது

The organization has counted Russia as one of its member states since 2006.

The monthly food price index released by this international organization, which includes taxes on vegetable oils, grains or dairy products, set a record in March due to the war in Ukraine.

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