Russia’s War on Ukraine Worsens Global Starvation
Journalists of The New York Times published an article on the increase in global starvation due to Russia's war in Ukraine.
Ukraine seeks EU integration for war-torn livestock sector
European edition, which has offices in more than a dozen countries in Europe published an article about the process of European integration of the Ukrainian livestock sector, based on the expert opinion of the head of the Ukrainian Agrі Сouncil and the SAVEUA fund founder Andriy Dykun
The Head of the UAC Andriy Dykun met with the former Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson.
The Head of the Ukrainian Agri Council Andriy Dykun met with the former Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson. The parties discussed the current situation in the Ukrainian agricultural sector, the deepening global food crisis and possible options for cooperation, in particular, the creation of an international fund to support Ukrainian farmers. The meeting was covered by Forbes.
More than 40 billion euros in production losses and material damage for Ukraine
According to Andriy Dykun, head of the Ukrainian Agri Council, agriculture is paying a heavy price for the war with russia, with the dairy sector being particularly affected.
Diana Dykun wins the first Women in Ag Mag Award International
We are happy and proud to share the news that Diana Dykun a member of the SAVEUA board of directors, has been awarded the International Women in Ag Awards! Diana is also a co-founder of the Ukrainian Agrarian Lyceum and an active participant in agrarian associations: Ukrainian Agri Council, Assosiation of Milk Producers, and Assosiation of Ukrainian Pig Breeders. "A woman who has contributed to the development of the global agrarian sector," the jury members noted of Diana's nomination.
Ukraine, €28 billion in grain and equipment losses after 7 months of conflict
The leading French edition Wikiagri published statistics on losses of the agrarian sector of Ukraine for 9 months of the war, provided by the Ukrainian Agrі Council, Association of Milk Producers, Association of Ukrainian Pig Breeders Асоціація, and highlighted the most acute problems of farmers who continue to take care of the food security of Ukraine in extremely difficult conditions. We thank Frederic Henin for helping to convey to the world community the urgent problems of the agricultural sector of Ukraine.
Ukraine's agricultural industry will produce 7.8 bcm of biomethane annually
The leading Polish biofuel platform published an expert opinion of Andriy Dykun (head of the Ukrainian Agri Council and founder of the SAVEUA charitable foundation) on the prospects of biomethane production in Ukraine. Currently, Ukraine is already developing legislative regulations of biomethane production, in which the agricultural sector has a key role, so powerful agricultural producers of Ukraine are preparing to start production.
Russian soldiers kill 110 cattle on Ukraine farm
Dairy Global highlighted the story of an Urkaine farmer, a member of the Ukrainian Agri Council: A Ukrainian dairy farmer says ‘Russian orks’ who killed 110 of his cows and calves on his farm near Chernihiv, because their mooing was too loud, are ‘inhuman’ and has vowed to rebuild his business.
Rebuilding Ukraine: A "Marshall Plan" for livestock production
The Ukrainian Agri Council has presented the "Marschall plan" for the livestock sector to restore it and make it competitive for export. The organization wants Ukraine to be one of the six dairy exporting countries in the world.
Will Ukrainian animal products conquer Europe? Intensive work is underway to adjust national regulations.
The SAVEUA and the Ukrainian Agrі Council team actively calls on the world media to spread the word about the urgent needs of the Ukrainian agricultural sector, as the losses of the agricultural industry have already reached $ 40 billion. We thank the Polish edition "Ceny rolnicze" for publishing relevant material on the needs of Ukrainian agricultural producers and international cooperation to restore the capacity of our livestock sector.
Plan Marshalla dla sektora mleczarskiego Ukrainy
Polish edition highlighted the results of the round table on the restoration of the Ukrainian livestock sector after the war.
Ukrainian Agricultural Producers Call for Global Help to Recover the Sector
The whole world is outraged by the russian invasion and joins to support Ukraine! Discussion of the Marshall Plan for Ukrainian livestock reached South America. The statements of the speakers of the Ukrainian Agri Council and the Association of Milk Producers were published in the leading agricultural publications of two powerful agricultural countries: Brazil and Argentina.
UPDATE 1-Russia has stolen 600,000 tonnes of grain, Ukrainian producers say
KYIV, June 8 (Reuters) - Russia has stolen about 600,000 tonnes of grain from occupied Ukrainian territory and exported some of it, the deputy head of Ukrainian agriculture producers union UAC said on Wednesday
Ukraine’s Farmers, Contending With Stolen Grain and Mined Fields, Now Say Land Is Being Seized
ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine—Last month, an armed group turned up at Dmitry Skorniakov’s farm close to Mariupol and told workers that the land was being “nationalized” and now belonged to them
Ukraine grain farmers devastated by Russia’s Black Sea blockade
BASHTANKA, Ukraine — The morning Russian tanks and troops stormed across Ukraine’s borders, Volodymyr Onishchuk’s grain got stuck. He had delivered about $100,000 worth to a storage site at Ukraine’s Black Sea port in Mykolaiv on Feb. 23, but by Feb. 24 — when the ship with his harvest was to set sail — Russian troops were on the ground and warships lingered menacingly off the Ukrainian coast.