The leader of the Belarusian regime Alexander Lukashenko said that "there will be hunger in the world. And the reason for this is not only the blocking of exports of Ukrainian grain".
This is reported in the Telegram channel "Belta".
"Every day the world is frightened by hunger until autumn and winter, unseen since the Great Patriotic War. Famine to be. And not just because of the failure to export Ukrainian grain," Lukashenko said.
He once again accused the West of imposing sanctions and threatened to "disrupt the next agricultural season."
"You see the helplessness with which the whole UN is trying to prevent the inevitable crisis. Fifty countries around the world are critically dependent on them. So that's just the beginning. A crazy flywheel of sanctions on fertilizers, oil products, transportation logistics (freight, insurance) threatens to disrupt the next agricultural seasons and simply bring down the food markets," Lukashenko added.