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Food for the Breadbasket

 Over the last few weeks, I have provided updates on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Many of these updates have focused on the broader military developments, fiscal sanctions, and cutting off Russian energy imports. But today I would like to focus on who we are doing this for: terrorized Ukrainians, many of them children. Mothers, sons, coworkers, friends, and neighbors. Over 3 million Ukrainians have been forced to leave their homes and communities behind just to survive.

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