Russia, which occupied the ports of the Black sea and the most grain-producing regions of Ukraine, has been marauding the Ukrainian grain storages for all days of the war and selling it to other countries. That is, the Russians steal Ukrainian grain, sell it, and from the proceeds buy bullets, with which they then kill Ukrainians.
The representative of the Ministry of agrarian policy of Ukraine, Taras Vysotsky, and the representative of the Ministry of environment, food and rural affairs of Great Britain, Mark Spencer, discussed this issue and agreed to cooperate in the field of "tracing stolen grain from the occupied territories of Ukraine."
Politicians raised the topic of studying the quality of soils in the Kherson region after the outflow water of the Kakhovka reservoir, and, unfortunately, gasoline, waste, cadaveric poisons and other consequences of the disaster incompatible with fertility. Also, British experts may join the assessment of soils in areas that have recently been cleared of mines.