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Egyptian wheat imports jeopardized by war in Ukraine

Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon and other countries in the Middle East rely heavily on Russia and Ukraine for wheat.
Ukraine wheat

The Egyptian government is considering alternative wheat sources due to Russia's war against Ukraine. 

Egypt’s General Authority for Supply Commodities said yesterday that they made bids to buy wheat from a variety of global suppliers to be delivered in April. These include wheat from the United States, Canada, Paraguay, Australia and various European countries, according to the authority’s website.

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