The European Member States have been advised over potentially new migration swells, as people across the globe are facing a deeper food extremity, indeed further impacted by the war in Ukraine.

According to Frontex administrative director Aija Kalnaja, despite the appearance of millions of Ukrainians being well-managed by the EU Member States, the ultimate has to be prepared for further incoming deportees due to the global food instability issue, according to reports.


On top of that, the food extremity has been fueled by the fact that Ukraine, one of the largest grain exporters in the world, can no longer give the source for different countries, especially African countries, which has also caused prices around the world to shoot, especially for the Middle East and African countries.

The Black Sea anchorages of Ukraine are presently blockaded by Russian forces and, thus, unfit to export some 20 million tons of grain. On the other hand, Moscow has stated that it would allow for the grain to be exported if Ukraine removed mines from the littoral regions. Kyiv has refused to do so, saying such an act would expose the country to Russian seaborne assaults.

This extremity of food and soaring prices could lead to further people leaving their homes, the EU Home Affairs Commissioner, Ylva Johansson, refocused out last week.

“We shouldn’t stay until we have an extremity at our borders. We need to reach out earlier on,” Johansson told journalists regarding the implicit migration extremity.

On the other hand, the number of Ukrainian citizens reaching Europe has been controlled for the time being, substantially due to the Temporary Protection Directive, which has been enforced for the better integration of Ukrainian deportees fleeing their country amid the war.


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