Britain is developing technology for identifying Ukrainian grain stolen by russia

Britain is developing technology for identifying Ukrainian grain stolen by russia

All grain from russia will be analyzed to determine the exact region where it was grown

Britain is developing technology for identifying Ukrainian grain stolen by russia

What happened? A team of international experts led by the United Kingdom is developing a technology that will be able to identify grain stolen by russia in Ukraine and prevent it from entering world markets.

Source. This was stated by British Environment Minister George Eustice.

Details. According to him, the United Kingdom is a world leader in verifying the origin of crops through DNA testing.

The new technology implies that all grain from russia will be analyzed to determine the exact region where it was grown.

It is noted that at the first stage, one and a half million pounds were allocated for the initiative.

“Our goal is to ensure that stolen Ukrainian wheat does not enter the world market,” Eustice said.

Background. At the same time, Britain is looking for ways to help Ukraine rebuild damaged railways to export Ukrainian grain by land.

Earlier, satellite images confirmed that russia was exporting stolen Ukrainian grain to Syria. Later it turned out that russia was mining the Black Sea coast and the Dnipro River to prevent the export of grain from Ukrainian ports.

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