Russia’s attacks on Ukraine and the food crisis it has created all over the world were discussed at the Ukrainian session of the UN Security Council. The President of the Council of the European Union (EU) Charles Michel blamed Moscow for the war in Ukraine. Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN) Vassily Nebenzia, on the other hand, left the hall after these accusations. “It’s easier for you not to hear the facts,” Michel said as Nebenzia left the hall. In addition to the fact that the Russia-Ukraine war led to loss of life and forced a large number of people to leave their country, it also had many negative consequences that affected the world. Russia’s attacks on Ukraine and its consequences were also raised at the Ukrainian session of the United Nations Security Council.
The statements used by Charles Michel, the President of the Council of the European Union (EU), caused remarkable moments in the session. Speaking at the Ukrainian session of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), Michel accused Russia of causing the global food crisis with its war against Ukraine. Michel said: “The war started by Russia is affecting the whole world, food prices are rising, the war is driving people into poverty and destabilizing regions.” said. Referring to the food crisis caused by the Russian-Ukrainian War, Michel said: “Only and only Russia is responsible for this upcoming food crisis., “he said.