Concerns rise as Russia resumes grain blockade of Ukraine | World


KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia resumed its blockade of Ukrainian ports on Sunday, cutting off urgently needed grain exports to starving parts of the world in what U.S. President Joe Biden called a “truly outrageous” act. .

Biden has warned that world hunger could rise due to Russia’s suspension of a UN-brokered deal to allow safe passage for ships carrying grain from Ukraine, one of the granaries of the world.

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