Russian troops have damaged six granaries in Ukraine – Reuters
This points to the seriousness of Russia's attacks on global food.
Since the beginning of the Russian military invasion, Russian troops have destroyed at least six granaries in eastern Ukraine.
Such data provided by Reuters, citing US officials. This points to the seriousness of Russia’s attacks on global food.
“As of the end of March, at least six grain storage have damaged as a result of these attacks,” – the official said.
This development is because officials around the world are worried about the consequences for the global food supply as a result of the invasion of Ukraine.
“Russia’s damage to these grain silos is a prime example of how Putin’s war directly affects Ukraine’s civilian population and threatens food security around the world,” – the official said.
As countries in Africa and the Middle East depend on Ukrainian wheat exports, the destruction of these food stocks and warehouses could lead to shortages and higher prices in already vulnerable economies.
As you know, the Russian fleet is blocking access to Ukrainian ports, effectively stopping grain exports, and preventing about 94 ships carrying food for the world market from reaching the Mediterranean.