A meeting was held at the United Nations Security Council to discuss the impact of the situation in Ukraine on global food security.

While the United States accused Russia of being unable to export grains from Ukraine, Russia argued that sanctions by the West had affected its exports.

Russia and Ukraine are the world's leading exporters of grains and fertilizers such as wheat, but since the military invasion, exports from both countries have stagnated and prices have soared, raising concerns about food shortages.

At a UN Security Council ministerial meeting on the 19th, Secretary-General António Guterres said, "The people of the world have enough food, but the problem is allocation, which is deeply linked to the war in Ukraine. That is to end the war. "

He emphasized that the United Nations is continuing negotiations with the two countries and neighboring countries to resume exports of grains and other products from Ukraine due to Russia's military invasion.

After that, Secretary of State Brinken of the United States, the presidency, blocked Ukraine's maritime transportation by blocking the port of the Black Sea, and exported its own grains and fertilizers to countries critical of Russia. "Russia is armed with food. The food supply of Ukraine and the rest of the world is literally taken hostage by Russian troops," he said, threatening to refrain.

In response, Russia's UN ambassador to the United Nations, Nevenja, argued that "Western countries blame Russia for all problems," arguing that Western sanctions are causing the stagnation of grain and fertilizer exports from Russia. Did.