On Monday morning the first ship carrying 26,000 tonnes of corn left the South Ukrainian port of Odesa. The departure of the ship offers a ray of hope that the food crisis may be addressed soon under the new deal between Moscow and Kyiv.
While the energy crisis is wreaking havoc across Western Europe, leaders are starting to consider unconventional ideas to combat shortages.
The Hungarian Minister of Agriculture has recently travelled to Ukraine to help negotiate a solution for what is perhaps the greatest humanitarian crisis of our century.
The rashly introduced sanctions due to the raging war might push the European Union into a food crisis.
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