Zelenskyy’s global food crisis prediction may be 10 weeks away, UN official says: ‘Seismic’ – FOX News May 22, 2022

I saw this today on FOX News – Zelenskyy’s global food crisis prediction may be 10 weeks away, UN official says: ‘Seismic’: https://www.foxnews.com/world/zelenskyys-global-food-crisis-official. Longer article.

By Peter Aitken May 22, 2022

Ukraine and Russia account for 30% of the world’s wheat supply

food supply expert warns that the world faces a global crisis in just 10 weeks, echoing a warning from Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. 

“Russia has blocked almost all ports and all, so to speak, maritime opportunities to export food – our grain, barley, sunflower and more. A lot of things,” Zelenskyy said Saturday. “There will be a crisis in the world. The second crisis after the energy one, which was provoked by Russia.”

“Now it will create a food crisis if we do not unblock the routes for Ukraine, do not help the countries of Africa, Europe, Asia, which need these food products,” he added. 

Zelenskyy said that if Ukraine does not regain control of the contested southern ports, the world will face a difficult situation: The country produces a substantial amount of the global food supply, including between 25% and 30% of the world’s grain supply along with Russia. 

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