Russia’s invasion of Ukraine drives global food insecurity

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(Worthy News) – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday that ’s invasion of could plunge the world’s food supply into chaos, with rising prices and the inability of Ukrainian farmers to plant crops, including wheat.

Warning of “massive uncertainty” and global food insecurity should the go on for some time, the IMF’s Vladyslav Rashkovan, the alternate executive director for Ukraine on the IMF board, said events since the February 24 invasion meant that “the in Ukraine dramatically changed.”

In a statement, Rashkovan said: “As of March 6, 202 schools, 34 hospitals, more than 1,500 residential houses including multi-apartment houses, tens of kilometers of roads, and countless objects of critical infrastructures in several Ukrainian cities have been fully or partially destroyed by Russian troops.” [ Source: Deutche Welle (Read More…) ]

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