Russia withdraws from Ukraine grain export deal after Black Sea attack

Russian naval fleet in Sevastopol in 2014

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Russian naval fleet in Sevastopol in 2014

Russia announced on Saturday (29/10) the suspension of its participation in the international agreement that allowed Ukraine to export grain from its ports in the Black Sea.

The announcement comes hours after Moscow accused Ukraine of a “massive” drone strike against its Black Sea naval fleet in Sevastopol on the Crimean peninsula.

According to Russian authorities, nine drones were used in the alleged attack, which would have damaged a ship.

Ukraine responded by saying that Russia is “making up terrorist attacks”.

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