Warnings of global food shortages as missiles hit Odesa

Warnings of global food shortages as missiles hit Odesa

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May 10, 2022

The Ukrainian port of Odesa has been hit by missile strikes. One person was killed and five injured when a shopping centre and a depot were hit, Ukraine's armed forces say.

New Delhi, 10 May 2022

As per news report of BBC, President Zelensky warns Russia's blockade of his country's Black Sea ports threatens global food supplies. European Council President Charles Michel, who was forced to take shelter as he visited Odesa, warns that badly needed supplies are stuck. Meanwhile, Russian forces backed by tanks are conducting "storming operations" at Mariupol's Azovstal plant, according to Ukraine's defence ministry. The wife of a Ukrainian soldier fighting there tells the BBC 700 wounded soldiers are trapped in the plant. US President Joe Biden has resurrected a World War Two-era measure to accelerate weapons shipments to Ukraine

Source - BBC


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