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Leaked UN document: Iraq is among 60 countries around the world struggling to secure food costs

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Leaked UN document: Iraq is among 60 countries around the world struggling to secure food costs Empty Leaked UN document: Iraq is among 60 countries around the world struggling to secure food costs

Post by rocky Thu 11 Aug 2022, 5:19 am

Leaked UN document: Iraq is among 60 countries around the world struggling to secure food costs

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Economy News - translation
A report by the Politico Foundation (based in Europe) stated on Wednesday that a leaked UN document revealed difficulties that affect more than 60 countries around the world, including Iraq, related to providing food to the population and achieving food security after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The report, which was translated by "Economy News", stated that "a document seen by POLITICO reveals the summary of the meeting led by UN officials on July 28, which states that the working group (continues to focus on ... the rise in import costs affecting the balance of payments in more than of 60 countries) as well as food security challenges caused by currency devaluations from exchange rates and national budgets struggling to sustain essential imports.
The document seen by Politico is an email from and David Nabarro, WHO Special Envoy on COVID-19 sent on August 4, summarizing the July 28 meeting.
The document reveals that "participants highlighted how to counteract the decline in the poor's consumption of nutritious foods as a result of high prices. Similar risks have been reported from Colombia, Congo, Chad, Ecuador, Iraq, Kenya, Malawi and Mauritania."
The report explained that "UN Secretary-General António Guterres formed the 32-member Global Crisis Response Group, or GCRG, in March - after Russia invaded its neighbor and major food producer Ukraine in February - in order to present policy proposals to deal with crises in the energy, finance and food sectors." food.”
Since then, "a network of key players in the fight against world hunger has advised the food component of GCRG, which is jointly led by Inger Andersen, President of the United Nations Environment Programme, and David Nabarro, Special Envoy on COVID-19 at the World Health Organization." .    
  The report pointed out that "the informal advisory group on the food crisis met 13 times this year, but there was no mention of its presence on the United Nations website."

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