Tunis– The leaders of Japan and African countries said on Sunday that the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine had caused a food crisis on the fast-growing continent, without referring to Moscow by name.
“We underscore with deep concern the negative socio-economic impact of this (Ukrainian) crisis, which has created food insecurity in Africa in the difficult context” of the post-COVID era, the leaders said in the statement of Tunis published following the Tokyo International Conference. Conference on the development of Africa held in the Tunisian capital.
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