Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that the world will face a severe food crisis 

Zelenskyy told delegates that his country was unable to export enough food because of Russia's blockade at Black Sea ports 

He said that Russia's war on Ukraine is a threat to the system of international law — beyond the impact on his country 

"The world will face an acute and severe food crisis and famine," he said, addressing 575 delegates from 40 countries at the dialogue 

“But in reality, Russia’s war against Ukraine is not only about Europe, it is about globally important things,” he said 

Russian leadership “strives to discard” all the historical achievements of humankind, especially the system of international law 

If there had been no international law, and the big fish ate the small fish and the small fish ate shrimps, we would not have existed 

Addressing the audience from an undisclosed location in Kyiv, Zelenskyy said that Ukraine will “certainly win”