This article outlines the general recommendation, key features of FAO and the World Food Program, compliance with specific international standards, as well as the importance of food security and analysis of Uzbekistan's measures and their further improvement. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), as a specialized UN agency for nutrition, food and agriculture, has been striving for more than 60 years to expand its main goals: to improve the quality of food and the standard of living of people all over the world; ensuring the growth of efficiency of production and distribution of all food and agricultural products; to improve the situation of the rural population and thereby contribute to the growth of the world economy and ridding humanity of hunger and malnutrition. FAO has a unique international experience in the application of the latest agro-industrial techniques and know-how, breeding high-yielding, drought-resistant crops and highly productive livestock, combating diseases and pests in agriculture and forestry. FAO has a powerful research and information base that allows you to quickly transfer to member countries for practical use in the economy the latest achievements and developments in agriculture, forestry and fisheries. It develops recommendations for specific regions and countries. Food security on a global scale at the present stage of the development of civilization has acquired the status of a multidimensional and most difficult problem.Of particular practical importance are the international norms and standards for agricultural, forestry and fishery products being developed within the framework of FAO, the implementation of which is of key importance for exporters under conditions of fierce competition in international trade and intensifying the struggle for potential markets.
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"The role of the world food security,"
Review of law sciences: Vol. 3
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