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Sunak urges G20 countries to release food stocks to alleviate famine

MADRID, 14 Nov.

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Sunak urges G20 countries to release food stocks to alleviate famine


The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak, has urged this Sunday to the countries that have food reserves to make an effort to free them with the aim of increasing the supply and alleviating famines in the world.

"I urge all countries that can produce more food or release reserves to do so to help increase supply," said the British prime minister in an article published this Sunday in the British newspaper 'The Daily Telegraph'.

Thus, he has made this request to "put an end to the appalling weaponization of food by Russia", and has added that the Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, counts on his support to maintain grain shipments through of the Black Sea.

Sunak has indicated that this action is one of the five ways to "open the control of (Russian President) Vladimir Putin over the world economy", thus presenting various measures "to stop Russia and restore financial stability at a time of great difficulty."

In this sense, the British president has indicated that it is necessary to "continue to provide urgent support where it is most needed during the winter", referring both to residents of Ukraine and to the British.

"We are helping the people of Ukraine as their national infrastructure is attacked by drones and missiles, just as we are supporting people with their rising energy bills in Britain and taking action to prevent famine in the most vulnerable parts of the country." of the world," he said.

He has also assured that he will take "urgent measures" to protect the British economy, through the modification of energy supply chains to reduce dependence on third countries.

"Fourth, we must remain fully committed to promoting free markets and an open global economy where business drives growth, and the UK will continue to lead the way, using our 'Brexit' freedoms to pursue free trade deals." around the world," he added.

He has also referred to cooperation between governments, the private sector and financial institutions to address the causes of rising inflation as a priority.

"We will not allow our economic future to be held hostage to the actions of a rogue state, nor will our allies. Instead, we will support Ukraine and work to deliver on every element of this five-point plan," Sunak said.

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