Prof. Dr. Vitalii Dankevych
Polissia National University
CV: Dean of the Faculty of Law, Public Administration and National Security in Polissia National University Professor of Department of International Economic Relations and European Integration in Polissia National University.
Presentation title: Ukrainian harvest 2022 and global food security
Abstract: Even before the start of Russia's war against Ukraine, food prices rose significantly. Military action on the territory of Ukraine causes a significant increase in world food prices. Russia's aggression against Ukraine threatens food and humanitarian security in many countries around the world. Due to the invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops, Russia could cause humanitarian food crises and danger in some countries around the world. Ukraine is among the TOP-5 world food exporters, so in less than a month the whole world will feel the effects of the war in Ukraine. According to the US Department of Agriculture, Ukraine accounts for 16% of world corn exports (with 30% of corn imports to China coming from Ukraine), 12% of wheat exports, 50% of sunflower oil exports.