Russia announced its withdrawal from the “grain agreement” – Russian Defense Ministry
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The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that they would no longer participate in sending Ukrainian grain abroad due to an incident with ships in the Black Sea, which allegedly attacked from the air.
Moscow ceases participation in the implementation of the “grain agreement” after the incident with the ships of the Black Sea Fleet, which occurred on Saturday, October 29. This was reported in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
“The Russian side suspends participation in the implementation of agreements on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports,” the report said.
Among the reasons for the withdrawal of the Russian Federation from agreements in the relevant ministry called an armed attack on Russian warships and civilian ships, which was allegedly organized by the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the support of Great Britain.
Explosions in Sevastopol on October 29: what happened
On the morning of October 29, explosions sounded in Sevastopol. The raid was blocked in the city, ferries and boats did not go, and movement between the districts was possible only by buses.
A little later, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that as a result of morning explosions in occupied Sevastopol, a sea minesweeper received minor damage ” Ivan Golubets”, as well as a bonnet barrier in Yuzhnaya Bay.
The Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation accused the Armed Forces of Ukraine of attacks on the occupied city. The occupiers claim that the Ukrainian military allegedly deployed 9 drones and 7 autonomous marine drones.
After that, Russia also accused the UK of attacking warships in Sevastopol. According to the official speaker of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Igor Konashenkov, instructors from one of the units of the British Navy trained the military personnel of the 73rd Special Center for Marine Operations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the city of Ochakov, Mykolaiv region, and also prepared attacks on ships in the waters of Sevastopol. In addition, the same British Navy unit planned and executed the explosion on the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea on September 26.
Focus also wrote that on September 6, Vladimir Putin propose to limit the export of grain from Ukraine, because the EU countries supply only to themselves, and not to developing countries. He did not rule out that he would discuss this issue with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.