The United Nations announced yesterday that it would provide $ 100 million in humanitarian aid to Yemen and six African countries struggling with the war in Ukraine, AFP reported.
The purpose of the humanitarian aid is to help the seven countries deal with the risk of famine due to food disruptions caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Moscow denies that its “special military operation” has consequences for world hunger.
“Ukraine’s conflict is disrupting food markets,” the United Nations said, allocating “$ 100 million to fight hunger.”
Of that $ 100 million, $ 14 million will go to Somalia, $ 12 million to Ethiopia, $ 4 million to Kenya, $ 20 million to Sudan, $ 15 million to South Sudan, $ 15 million to Nigeria, and $ 20 million to Yemen.
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