Dietitians demand better food in remote areas and have raised fears about shortages, especially among children and the elderly더킹카지노.
But the ministry said food was generally available at market places without difficulties and was relatively inexpensive.
“In the past month we have been able to obtain over 50 kilos of chicken from the markets in the towns of Sariyat and Kharkov, which has given us greater confidence for their export status,” said Igor Bezruk, deputy chief of the agriculture department.
An official from the UNICEF charity said the latest food shortage was “very worrying” as there had been warnings over the past year about the potential for problems with meat.
“The situation is get바카라ting worse, we have no longer any reliable access to fresh meat at the moment,” UNHCR’s Deputy Chief Researcher for the Balkans and Caucuses, Hristo Maksic, told EUobserver.
He explained that there had been a rise in disease at the border between Ukraine and Russia, which was affecting both Ukraine and the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, where Russia’s border is much higher.
The UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) was worried that the increasing food shortage could hamper food aid efforts, as aid agencies were struggling to maintain stable supply chains.
In Kiev, officials have said that the government will invest heavily in the food supply in the areasgospelhitz hardest hit by shortages.
“Of course, food is really important for Ukraine and there is still time to reduce the food supply crisis in the areas hardest hit,” Alexander Konstantinov, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Agriculture Ministry told IBTimes UK.
“This situation is still very unstable, the situation is still not completely settled but it is stable,” he said.