Why food shortages will be high on Biden’s agenda at G-7 meeting

Written by on July 4, 2022

  • Russia’s invasion of Ukraine escalated what was projected to be record levels of food insecurity.
  • Countries and regions could become destabilized as food shortages led to riots, protests and increased migration.

WASHINGTON –  Facing increased needs and not enough food, nations are grappling with the far-reaching impacts of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — an agriculture-rich nation often called the breadbasket of the world.

Millions of people could starve to death. Countries and regions could become destabilized as food shortages led to riots, protests and increased migration, experts warn.


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