Ukraine also needs help from the West against Russian food weapons. The memory of hunger is sensitive

ANDfew will be surprised by the news developing about Russia looting occupied territory of Ukraine. One of the things that the Russian authorities and occupying units systematically focus on is Ukrainian agriculture. Before the war, it was able to supply grain and oil relatively well to many countries, especially from the Middle East or North Africa. Russia takes over agricultural machinery, as illustrated known cases block the John Deere tractor remotely. But they also export stolen grain from barns to Syria.

In Ukraine itself, this evokes very unpleasant memories of the “holodomor”, the targeted famine in rural Bolshevik Ukraine in the 1930s, which claimed an estimated four million lives. At the same time, Ukraine has a quarter of all the world’s chernozem, the most fertile soil full of humus.

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Roderick Glisson

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