Friday 11 March
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11 March 2022
We hear the latest from Ukraine on the humanitarian crisis facing the country, and discuss the impending global food security emergency. Plus: a check-in from the Antalya Diplomacy Forum, and the latest trade and economy news.
11 March 2022
The effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are beginning to be felt worldwide in the food industry. Jakob Kern, deputy chief of staff at the World Food Programme, explains its consequences and the situation on the ground.
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