The destruction of the Kakhovka HPP in the Kherson region will affect global food security and lead to an increase in product prices. This was stated by UN Deputy Secretary-General Martin Griffiths, citing Reuters, Krym.Realii reports. This is the main grain region of the country, it is a granary not only for Ukraine, but also for the whole world. We already have difficulties with food security, and I am sure that food prices will definitely rise. It is almost inevitable that we will face major problems in harvesting and planting the next crop. And so we're going to see a huge impact on global food security, that's what's going to happen, he said. According to him, damage of this scale to civilian infrastructure is completely contrary to international humanitarian law, including the Geneva Conventions.