Waack: Food crisis forces us to look at the military situation in Ukraine

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The United Nations (UN) has raised a dramatic alarm about what is called the biggest food crisis – therefore, the biggest hunger crisis – on a planetary scale in recent decades. This crisis began even before the pandemic and exploded with the War in Ukraine.

The UN World Food Program, which provides food to 125 million people, buys 50% of its grain from Ukraine. For this reason, the crisis forces us to look at the military situation in Ukraine – in particular, in the Black Sea, where the Russians block access to Ukrainian ports. Kiev, in turn, established a mined zone in these waters.

In other words: Ukrainian production leaves the country through an area that is currently mined and blocked at the same time.

NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) would be able to escort ships carrying wheat out of the Black Sea, but in order to do so, it would have to attack the Russian Navy, even in international waters – a confrontation that would have unforeseeable consequences.

The Russians say they might be able to lift the blockade on the Black Sea if sanctions against Moscow were also lifted. International pressure is growing for NATO to do something. Translation: the danger of military escalation on land is at sea too.

Source: CNN Brasil

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