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Ukraine: Food Warehouse in Odesa Destroyed by the Russians

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A food warehouse in the port of Odesa on the Black Sea was destroyed by a Russian missile attack on Monday, according to the Ukrainian army.

 

The Russians allegedly fired 14 rockets during a three-hour barrage “in impotent anger at the successes of our troops,” Ukraine said. The Russian military has not yet responded.

The missile strikes came after the Russian-appointed administrator of the Crimea region, which was annexed by Moscow in 2014, said Ukrainian forces had attacked oil rigs in the Black Sea off Ukraine’s southern coast. Three people were injured and seven workers are still being sought, he said. The Russian news agency Rai reports that the platforms are located 71 kilometres from Odessa.

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky addressed the African Union on Monday, saying that the continent is being held hostage by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The Russians block Ukrainian ports that are packed with grain. This threatens food shortages in African countries. “Africa is a hostage. It is a hostage of those who has started a war against our state,” Zelenski said.

The Ukrainian head of state said that the negotiations on the unblocking of the ports are extremely difficult and very complicated. He said no progress has been made yet.

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