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Night Attack of Drones in the Odessa Region May Be Related to the Grain Deal

The nighttime attack on the Odessa region may be linked to a grain deal that Russia is threatening not to renew this month.

This was stated by the press secretary of OK “South” Natalia Gumenyuk on the air of “Radio Liberty”.

She said that the massive drone attack “was apparently aimed precisely at the port infrastructure and grain storage areas” amid Russia’s threats not to renew the deal .

The drones hit the administrative building of the port facility, the wreckage hit the grain terminal. The damage is minor.

Earlier, Russia stopped the registration of ships and blocked the supply of Ukrainian grain to five countries .

We also wrote that Russia does not want to create a subsidiary of Rosselkhozbank to extend the grain deal .

The war in Ukraine has been going on for 503 days. We follow the news and key events on July 11, 2023 in our online .

Earlier we summed up the results of the day on July 10. Over the past week, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have advanced more than a kilometer in the Melitopol and Berdyansk directions. In general, since the beginning of the offensive in the southern direction, the total advance has amounted to 8.6 kilometers. The Russian Federation, according to the General Staff, is advancing in the Avdeevsky, Maryinsky, Limansky and Kupyansky directions. Ukraine – near Bakhmut, where the Russians were “trapped”.

Source : CTPAHA