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Today Russian missiles hit Odesa port


Russia Ukraine Breaking News- Russian missiles hit Odesa port

 Russian missiles hit Ukraine's southern port of Odesa on Saturday, the Ukrainian service said, hanging a deal inked just a day before to open grain exports from Black Sea anchorages and ease global food dearths caused by the war.


 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the strike blatant" barbarism" showing Moscow couldn't be trusted to apply the deal. still, public broadcaster Suspilne quoted the Ukrainian service as saying the dumdums hadn't caused significant damage and a government minister said medications continued to renew grain exports from Black Sea anchorages


 The deal inked on Friday by Moscow and Kyiv and intermediated by the United Nations and Turkey was hailed as a advance after nearly five months of chastising fighting since Russia raided its neighbour. It's seen as pivotal to bridling soaring global food prices by allowing grain exports to be packed from Black Sea anchorages including Odesa.


 The strikes on Odesa drew strong commination from the United Nations, the European Union, the United States, Britain, Germany and Italy. On Friday, UN officers said they hoped the agreement would be functional in a many weeks



 Turkey's defence minister said Russian officers told Ankara that Moscow had" nothing to do" with the strikes. Neither Russian defence ministry statements nor the service's evening summary mentioned bullet strikes in Odesa. The ministry didn't reply to a Reuters request for comment.


 Two Russian Kalibr dumdums hit the area of a pumping station at the harborage two others were shot down by air defence forces, according to Ukraine's service. Ukrainian air force prophet Yuriy Ignat said the dumdums were fired from warships in the Black Sea near Crimea


 Suspilne quoted Ukraine's southern military command as saying the harborage's grain storehouse area wasn't hit.


" Unfortunately there are wounded. The harborage's structure was damaged," said Odesa region governor Maksym Marchenko.


 But structure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Facebook that" we continue specialized medications for the launch of exports of agrarian products from our anchorages".


" moment, 4 rockets hit Odesa. Thank God that our units of the air defense forces destroyed 2 dumdums on approach. Two further dumdums flew to the harborage, to the structure installation," Bratchuk said in an interview with Ukrainian media." This is a pumping station, which is located on the home of the Odesa harborage.


 Bratchuk said there were no casualties and that the grain stored there wasn't damaged. He also said the strikes were launched from a warship.

Russia Ukraine Breaking News- Russian missiles hit Odesa port



 Russian missiles hit Ukraine's southern port of Odesa on Saturday, the Ukrainian service said, hanging a deal inked just a day before to open grain exports from Black Sea anchorages and ease global food dearths caused by the war.


 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the strike blatant" barbarism" showing Moscow couldn't be trusted to apply the deal. still, public broadcaster Suspilne quoted the Ukrainian service as saying the dumdums hadn't caused significant damage and a government minister said medications continued to renew grain exports from Black Sea anchorages


 The deal inked on Friday by Moscow and Kyiv and intermediated by the United Nations and Turkey was hailed as a advance after nearly five months of chastising fighting since Russia raided its neighbour. It's seen as pivotal to bridling soaring global food prices by allowing grain exports to be packed from Black Sea anchorages including Odesa.


 The strikes on Odesa drew strong commination from the United Nations, the European Union, the United States, Britain, Germany and Italy. On Friday, UN officers said they hoped the agreement would be functional in a many weeks


 Turkey's defence minister said Russian officers told Ankara that Moscow had" nothing to do" with the strikes. Neither Russian defence ministry statements nor the service's evening summary mentioned bullet strikes in Odesa. The ministry didn't reply to a Reuters request for comment.


 Two Russian Kalibr dumdums hit the area of a pumping station at the harborage two others were shot down by air defence forces, according to Ukraine's service. Ukrainian air force prophet Yuriy Ignat said the dumdums were fired from warships in the Black Sea near Crimea


 Suspilne quoted Ukraine's southern military command as saying the harborage's grain storehouse area wasn't hit.


" Unfortunately there are wounded. The harborage's structure was damaged," said Odesa region governor Maksym Marchenko


 But structure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Facebook that" we continue specialized medications for the launch of exports of agrarian products from our anchorages".


" moment, 4 rockets hit Odesa. Thank God that our units of the air defense forces destroyed 2 dumdums on approach. Two further dumdums flew to the harborage, to the structure installation," Bratchuk said in an interview with Ukrainian media." This is a pumping station, which is located on the home of the Odesa harborage.


Russian missiles hit Ukraine's southern port of Odesa on Saturday, the Ukrainian service said, hanging a deal inked just a day before to open grain exports from Black Sea anchorages and ease global food dearths caused by the war.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the strike blatant" barbarism" showing Moscow couldn't be trusted to apply the deal. still, public broadcaster Suspilne quoted the Ukrainian service as saying the dumdums hadn't caused significant damage and a government minister said medications continued to renew grain exports from Black Sea anchorages.

The deal inked on Friday by Moscow and Kyiv and intermediated by the United Nations and Turkey was hailed as a advance after nearly five months of chastising fighting since Russia raided its neighbour. It's seen as pivotal to bridling soaring global food prices by allowing grain exports to be packed from Black Sea anchorages including Odesa.

The strikes on Odesa drew strong commination from the United Nations, the European Union, the United States, Britain, Germany and Italy. On Friday, UN officers said they hoped the agreement would be functional in a many weeks.



Turkey's defence minister said Russian officers told Ankara that Moscow had" nothing to do" with the strikes. Neither Russian defence ministry statements nor the service's evening summary mentioned bullet strikes in Odesa. The ministry didn't reply to a Reuters request for comment.

Two Russian Kalibr dumdums hit the area of a pumping station at the harborage two others were shot down by air defence forces, according to Ukraine's service. Ukrainian air force prophet Yuriy Ignat said the dumdums were fired from warships in the Black Sea near Crimea.



Suspilne quoted Ukraine's southern military command as saying the harborage's grain storehouse area wasn't hit.

" Unfortunately there are wounded. The harborage's structure was damaged," said Odesa region governor Maksym Marchenko.

But structure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Facebook that" we continue specialized medications for the launch of exports of agrarian products from our anchorages".

" moment, 4 rockets hit Odesa. Thank God that our units of the air defense forces destroyed 2 dumdums on approach. Two further dumdums flew to the harborage, to the structure installation," Bratchuk said in an interview with Ukrainian media." This is a pumping station, which is located on the home of the Odesa harborage."



Bratchuk said there were no casualties and that the grain stored there wasn't damaged. He also said the strikes were launched from a warship.

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