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In Georgia, they said that the country had actually run out of wheat
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In Georgia, stocks of wheat have been exhausted. This was stated by the head of the Georgian Grain and Flour Producers Association Levan Silagava. According to him, the mills will stop working in the coming days due to the fact that the country has begun to actively import flour.

“For several months, flour has been aggressively imported into the country, which replaces wheat. Today we have reached the situation where the wheat reserves that we had before are actually exhausted and the mills will stop within a few days,” Silagava said in an interview with the Georgian agency Interpressnews.

According to the Financial Times, world wheat production is likely to fall for the first time in four years. The USDA forecasts total global wheat production to be 774.8 million tonnes in 2022-23, the first decline since the 2018-19 season.

Former Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Economics, Professor Leonid Kholod, in a conversation with URA.RU, said that the countries of Africa and the Middle East are facing a food crisis due to problems with grain supplies caused by the blocking of ports due to Ukraine’s drifting mines in the Black Sea . According to the speaker, Russia and Ukraine supply up to 30% of grain and oilseeds to the world market.

The EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other states have imposed tough sanctions against the Russian Federation due to the Russian special operation in Ukraine. As reported by the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions had a negative effect on Western countries as well. Earlier, Britain imposed sanctions on 206 individuals and legal entities from Russia.

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In Georgia, stocks of wheat have been exhausted. This was stated by the head of the Georgian Grain and Flour Producers Association Levan Silagava. According to him, the mills will stop working in the coming days due to the fact that the country has begun to actively import flour. “For several months, flour has been aggressively imported into the country, which replaces wheat. Today we have reached the situation where the wheat reserves that we had before are actually exhausted and the mills will stop within a few days,” Silagava said in an interview with the Georgian agency Interpressnews. According to the Financial Times, world wheat production is likely to fall for the first time in four years. The USDA forecasts total global wheat production to be 774.8 million tonnes in 2022-23, the first decline since the 2018-19 season. Former Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Economics, Professor Leonid Kholod, in a conversation with URA.RU, said that the countries of Africa and the Middle East are facing a food crisis due to problems with grain supplies caused by the blocking of ports due to Ukraine’s drifting mines in the Black Sea . According to the speaker, Russia and Ukraine supply up to 30% of grain and oilseeds to the world market. The EU countries, as well as the United States, Canada, Japan and a number of other states have imposed tough sanctions against the Russian Federation due to the Russian special operation in Ukraine. As reported by the Russian authorities, all previous sanctions had a negative effect on Western countries as well. Earlier, Britain imposed sanctions on 206 individuals and legal entities from Russia.

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