As Russian forces give up territory in Ukraine and retreat, farmers are among those discovering the cost of occupation.
El Paìs | La subida de costes asfixia a la industria alimentaria: “Un contenedor que valía 1.094 euros ahora me cuesta 14.590 euros”
El sector, que se da cita en el salón Alimentaria, descarta poder recuperar este año el negocio anterior a la pandemia a causa de los atascos en la distribución y al precio de las materias primas
LVIV, Ukraine, April 4 (Reuters) - Ukraine's agriculture minister said on Monday he expects "quite a large harvest" this year and hopes Ukraine will be able to export grain, but warned that continuation of the war would mean higher prices for all countries.
China Global Television Network | Exclusive: Ukraine agriculture minister says harvest to be greatly impacted by conflict
Mykola Solskyi, the new Ukraine's Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, in an exclusive interview to CGTN's reporter Wu Lei, mentioned that the Ukraine can't export the amount of grain that they usually do. Moreover, the conflict has greatly influenced the sowing season that has already started in Ukraine.
Le conflit aggrave la flambée des prix agricoles, mettant en péril la capacité des pays les plus vulnérables à importer leur nourriture. Les débats sur les réponses à mettre en œuvre font rage.
Spring sowing has just begun across western Ukraine, but with the raging war in the country the prospects of completing it successfully look bleak for many Ukrainian farmers.
The UN food chief warned on Tuesday that the war in Ukraine was threatening to devastate the World Food Programme's efforts to feed some 125 million people globally because Ukraine had gone "from the breadbasket of the world to breadlines".
A Cambridgeshire farming family is helping to send lorry loads of food, warm clothing and medical supplies to Ukrainian refugees.
Republic World | Ukraine’s Grain Exports Declining; Minister Warns Of ‘dramatic Impact’ On Global Market
Ukraine accounts for 10% of the wheat production in the world; however, due to the Russian aggression, the export has reduced to one-tenth.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Russia's war in Ukraine could mean changes for Ed Kessel's farm along a quiet stretch of western North Dakota.