34.5 million people in the world are under the sword of hunger, the United Nations has presented mind-blowing statistics

United Nations: The United Nations has claimed that 34.50 million people are growing hungry in the world. These are emergency situations for the world. Surprisingly, this number in 2020 Corona is two and a half times more than before the world epidemic. These figures of the United Nations are mind-blowing.


According to the information obtained, the Executive Director of the United Nations (UN) World Food Program, David Beasley, warned that 34.50 in the world Millions of people are growing hungry. He has said that these are emergency situations for the world. Beasley pointed to escalating conflict, the economic impact of the pandemic, climate change, rising fuel prices and the war in Ukraine, saying that the wave of hunger has now become a tsunami of hunger. He said that 70 million people are on the verge of starvation after Russia’s February 24 invasion of Ukraine. 

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Beasley told the United Nations (UN) Security Council that 82 countries, including The agency is active, 34.50 crore people are facing severe food insecurity and this number in 2020 is two and a half times higher than before the pandemic.

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