Canada will provide the United Nations with an additional 250 million Canadian dollars ($193 million) to help fight the global food crisis, supply chain problems and high inflation. This was announced on June 23 by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a press conference.
The leader of the country is at the summit of the British Commonwealth in the Rwandan capital of Kigali. He recalled that at the beginning of 2022, Ottawa had already transferred 500 million Canadian dollars ($386 million) to the UN World Food Program.
As reported IA REGNUM18 May US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced that the US government will donate another $215 million to the United Nations to fight the world food crisis.