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The UN security Council warned of food shortages in Ukraine


Ukraine was included into number of the countries where there is a shortage of food. Only deficit faced 16 countries that received damage due to the conflict.

Food and agriculture organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the world food programme (WFP) has prepared a report for the UN security Council resolution.

it tells about the situation in Afghanistan, Burundi, Haiti, Guinea-Bissau, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Yemen, Liberia, Lebanon, Mali, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, the Central African Republic, South Sudan, Ukraine, and the cross-border area of lake Chad. The greatest concern is the situation in Yemen, which from an acute shortage of food affects about 60% of the population, or about 17 million people.

An alarming situation in southern Sudan (where hunger afflicts 45% of the population), and likewise in Syria and Lebanon, which recorded the massive influx of Syrian immigrants.

first Director General of FAO, josц? Graziano da Silva in a conversation Last news showed that the number of hungry people in the world on the rise again in 2016 amounted to 815 million people. This is 38 million more than in 2015. the Vast majority of hungry people (489 million) live in States that have received damage in the end violent conflicts.

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