Mozambique may join the Grain From Ukraine program
Ukraine is ready to include Mozambique in the list of countries that receive Ukrainian grain as part of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s humanitarian initiative Grain From Ukraine to support the African country’s food security. This was stated by Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba during a meeting with President of Mozambique Filipe Nunes and Minister of Foreign Affairs Veronica Macamo.
During the meeting, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine raised the issue of food security in Africa, in particular the functioning of the Black Sea Grain Initiative. Dmytro Kuleba also said that Ukraine is ready to include Mozambique in the list of countries that receive Ukrainian grain under the Grain From Ukraine program to support Mozambique’s food security.
At the same time, he emphasized the inadmissibility of Russia using food as a weapon. It should be noted that this was the first visit of the Foreign Minister to the Republic of Mozambique in the history of bilateral relations.
Despite the difficult situation in Ukraine amid Russian aggression, we remain a reliable guarantor of food security in the world and on the African continent in particular. Since August 2022, Ukraine has exported more than 30 million tons of grain, two-thirds of which were sent to the countries of Africa, the Middle East and Asia,” said Dmytro Kuleba.
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