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Ernst takes on Putin, a global food shortage, to dig up the Black Sea

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Exclusive:Iowa Republican Senator Joni Ernst famines the Black Sea and renews his training efforts to allow the passage of merchant ships as a concern surrounding. , Leading the promotion of Congress. Global Famine Mount.

"Demining sea lanes is an important step in both supporting Ukraineand releasing grain to other parts of the world, which the United States supports. You shouldn't hesitate to do it. Efforts. " "Nevertheless, bureaucratic formalism is now interfering with the United States training Ukraine to remove these mines from the Black Sea."

Russia According to the Federal Security Agency, at least 420 mines were launched in the Black Sea in March, with several mines floating off the coast of neighboring countries such as Romania and Turkey. 

FILE - Cargo ships ply their trade, Dec. 8, 2004, in the Ukrainian port city of Odesa. Situated at the crossroads of several of the world's major trading routes, Odesa is central to the economy of  Ukraine.  

File-Cargo ships trade , December 8, 2004, in the port city of Odesa, Ukraine. Located at some crossroads of the world's major trade routes, Odesa is the economic center of Ukraine.   (Uriel Sinai / Getty Images)

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Russia claims Ukrainian troops put them there, Kyiv accuses Russia of being informed and in Ukrainian waters Made an outfit to justify their existence. 

Ernst, the only female combat veteran to serve in Congress, promoted a bipartisan-backed amendment earlier this month under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2023. This avoids standard training procedures during the time. She wages war and allows the United States to train Ukrainians to dig up their bodies of water.

The Pentagon imposes geographical restrictions on where demining training is conducted for countries where demining training is actually conducted. 

Senators also ban training in active war zones.

Russian Navy ships are docked in the Sevastopol bay on March 4, 2014.

Russian Navy ships in Sevastopol Bay in March April 4, 2014 to berth.(VIKTORDRACHEV / AFP via Getty Images)

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Ernst's law will circumvent this standard practice and allow the United States to train Ukrainians in non-combat areas of its allies. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin'sUkrainian deadly campaignnot only changed the security system in Europe, but also changed Washington's partisan politics for Kyiv. I bridged it.

The NDAA passed the Senate Military Commission earlier this month with 23-3 votes, submitted Ernst's amendment, and headed to the Senate Military Commission for consideration. 

"Putin is waging war across the battlefield by holding the main source of hostage to the world's food supply," Ernst told Fox News. Told. "Demining sea lanes is an important step in helping Ukraine and releasing grain to other parts of the world."

Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) speaks during a press conference following the weekly Senate Republican policy luncheon in the Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill on January 19, 2022, in Washington, DC. 

Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), January 19, 2022, in Capitol Hill, Washington, DC A press conference following the weekly Senate Republican policy luncheon at the Russell Senate Office Building.  (Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images)

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Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky has repeatedly warned that during the Black Sea blockade in Russia, Kieu was unable to export 22 million tons of grain sitting in storage containers. 

Officials around the world say that the war in Ukraine could not only affect Europe's security, but also put 49 million people at risk of famine and hunger. I'm ringing a warning that there is. 

Caitlin McFall is a FoxNews Digital reporter. She can contact her on Twitter at or @ctlnmcfall.