NATO to Increase Reconnaissance in Black Sea Following Russian Attacks on Ukrainian Grain Storage
During the second meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council on Wednesday, NATO and Ukraine condemned Russia’s withdrawal from the Black Sea grain deal last week, which raised fears of global food insecurity and higher food prices for countries that depend on Ukrainian exports.
Moscow is creating “deliberate attempts to stop Ukraine’s agricultural exports on which hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend,” read a statement issued by NATO yesterday.
The U.N.-brokered grain deal, signed last summer, allowed the export of 32.9 metric tons of commodities...
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