The United States said late on Thursday that the historic Istanbul grain agreement for Safe exports brought from Ukrainian ports down global Food prices by fetch over 2.7 million metric tons of grains for world markets.
In a press release, the US State Department also He warned: “If Ukraine’s agricultural infrastructure continues to be damaged in war, this progress on global Food security will be at risk.”
Turkey, the United Nations, Russia and Ukraine signed an agreement in Istanbul on July 22 to resume grain exports from three Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea, which were temporarily halted after the start of the Russo-Ukrainian war in February.
joint coordination center with Officials of the three countries It was the United Nations set up in Istanbul to supervise shipments started on August 1.
Russia has exacerbated global The food security crisis has contributed to significant increases in The cost of We were forced to scramble to feed the hungry and vulnerable population.” also He said.