UK aviation deters Russia from carrying out airstrikes on civilian ships carrying Ukrainian grain in the Black Sea. The Kremlin is depriving millions of people around the world of food.
UK aviation deters Russia from carrying out airstrikes on civilian ships carrying Ukrainian grain in the Black Sea. The Kremlin is depriving millions of people around the world of the food they so desperately need. 250 million people are at risk of starvation.
Ukrainian grain transported on cargo ships in the Black Sea after Russia abandons the “grains agreement” is protected by British Royal Air Force aircraft. This is reported by The Telegraph, citing the office of the country's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
According to the publication, in recent weeks, British aviation has been patrolling the Black Sea to deter Russia from attacking civilian ships.
"We will use our intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance to monitor Russian activities in the Black Sea... As part of these surveillance operations, British Air Force aircraft fly over the area to deter Russia from carrying out illegal attacks on civilian ships," he said, quote publishes information from Downing Street.
The British government also announced an international summit on food security in November.
At a press conference in New Delhi before the start of the G20 summit, European Council President Charles Michel said that Russia's blockade of Ukrainian grain exports to the world market threatens the lives of millions of people in developing famine countries.
He noted that the Kremlin, by deliberately attacking Ukrainian ports, is depriving millions of people around the world of desperately needed food.
A two-day G20 meeting begins on Saturday, September 9 in New Delhi, during which world leaders will discuss, among others: Russian aggression against Ukraine and its consequences for the world economy and global security.
Right now, Russia continues to attack the sovereign state of Ukraine, killing people and destroying its cities. Therefore, the EU will continue to strongly support Ukraine and put increasing pressure on Russia. The Kremlin's war is affecting lives far beyond Ukraine's borders, including in South Asia. More than 250 million people face severe food insecurity.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian grain began to be exported through Croatian ports. This was announced by the First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy Yulia Svyridenko during a bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia Andriy Plenkovich at the summit of the Three Seas Initiative in Bucharest. According to her, this logistics route will play an important role in bilateral trade between our countries also after the war.