German Chancellor says Russia responsible for global food supply crunch


German Chancellor Olaf Scholz tells Russian President Vladimir Putin today that Moscow bears a "responsibility" for disruptions in the global food supply due to its invasion of Ukraine. – AFP pic, May 13, 2022.

GERMAN Chancellor Olaf Scholz told Russian President Vladimir Putin today that Moscow bore a “responsibility” for disruptions in the global food supply due to its invasion of Ukraine, Berlin said.

“The chancellor and the Russian president also spoke about the global food situation which is particularly strained due to Russia’s war of aggression,” Scholz’s office said in a statement after a 75-minute call between the leaders. 


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