The European Union (EU) on Monday condemned recent Russian attacks on Ukrainian grain infrastructure and called on Moscow to restore an agreement that previously allowed Ukrainian grain to be safely transported across the Black Sea.
Attacks on Ukraine’s grain export infrastructure only show once again how Russia’s actions are fueling rising food prices and putting millions of vulnerable people at risk, chief says of EU foreign policy, Josep Borrell, in Brussels. According to him, Russia’s actions are “appalling” and Moscow is benefiting from higher prices on world markets and higher volumes of its own grain exports.
The representative said that Russia had recently targeted infrastructure for grain exports in Ukraine, including port infrastructure located in the Danube Delta.
Source: The Delfi