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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed concerns over the situation of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in conflict-ravaged Ukraine and said that any damage to nuclear infrastructure could have terrible consequences for people in the area and beyond. 

Briefing a meeting of the 15-member Security Council, the UN Secretary-General said, the situation at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant remains a cause of grave concern. The UN Secretary-General highlighted the need to end the war, saying that it was the only way to end the suffering in



Ukraine. 

Further speaking of the Black Sea Grain deal, Antonio Guterres said that since the signing of the deal, global food prices have dropped sharply. He asked the states to provide clear passage to the export of Russian fertilizers, warning that if the fertilizer market is not stabilized, the world may face a food crisis, next year. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on Wednesday that he had signed a decree on partial mobilization in Russia amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. 




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