Amidst a growing danger of famine and rising food prices in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, ministers met in Brussels to address the fallout from Russia cutting off grain flows from Ukraine.
To mitigate the impact, an arrangement was made to ease the movement of Russian food and fertilizer while ensuring Ukrainian vessels’ safety.
In response, neighboring countries like Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria were extending their ban on Ukrainian grain imports.
Lithuania’s proposal to shift grain export procedures to its ports aims to prevent delays and price declines.
Heightened tensions persist as Russia warns of suspecting ships carrying weaponry in the Black Sea.
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