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UN: coronavirus pandemic could lead to massive hunger

UN: coronavirus pandemic could lead to massive hunger
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Humanity could face massive hunger due to the coronavirus pandemic, experts at the UN say. By the end of the famine, 130 million people will starve, according to the UN, unless urgent measures are taken.

According to the Executive Director of the World Food Program (Runway) UN David Beasley, if you do not ensure food security, then humanity will face hunger of biblical proportions. Such a situation, he said, could develop in a few months.

To avoid such a scenario, David Beasley proposed providing unhindered access to humanitarian aid, creating a network of logistics centers to organize food aid deliveries to all countries of the world. Investments, he estimates, in logistics centers should be about $ 350 million.

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