13-11-2014 03:06 AM
A senior official of the United Nations that Iraq is facing a food problem, and so does not worsen, the international donors are required, not only to feed the displaced people, but also to help farmers, to save the wheat crop for next year.
Cyril said Ferrand, Coordinator of the efforts of the world food programme and the food and Agriculture Organization ', or ' in Iraq, that ' expectations do not refer to the famine tomorrow, but a catastrophic decline in food production in Iraq would hurt the harvest next summer and beyond ', according to Reuters.
Ferrand said that UN efforts ' raced ' with overlapping time periods, critical food in Iraq, and it comes in both the winter and the end of the growing season of wheat.
Iraq was dependent on imports to cover nearly half of the domestic demand for wheat, even before the emergence of organized ' daash '.
Estimated ', or ' that Iraq had imported 2.7 million tons of wheat during the period of July 2013-June 2014.
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