Ukraine live briefing: End of grain deal sparks concern over food prices; Putin vows response to Crimean Bridge attack

Ukraine live briefing: End of grain deal sparks concern over food prices; Putin vows response to Crimean Bridge attack

Russia on Monday said it would resume its blockade on Ukrainian grain, terminating the U.N.-backed Black Sea Grain Initiative that had helped sustain critical food supplies and temper rising food prices around the world. “Corn, soybean and wheat all shot up today as a result of this decision,” National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said about prices on Monday. “We’re seeing the impact right now.”

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