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Repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian War on Food Security in Egypt

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The report stated that Egypt is considered one of the countries most affected by the Russian-Ukrainian war as a result of the direct connection to its food security, depending on the import of food grains mainly from the two parties to the conflict, where wheat imports represent about 62% of Egypt’s total wheat consumption. In other words, Egypt imports more than its average domestic production of wheat, which is a major food component, as it represents about 35% to 39% of the calories consumed by the citizen.

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