Ukraine responded to Russia’s statement about withdrawing from the grain agreement

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba stressed that Moscow, under a far-fetched pretext, is blocking the grain corridor.

Ukraine called on the world to demand from the Russian Federation to "stop the hunger games" / photo from UNIAN
Ukraine called on the world to demand from the Russian Federation to “stop the hunger games” / photo from UNIAN

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba reacted to Russia’s statement about withdrawing from the grain agreement and called on other countries to demand that Russia “stop the hunger games.” 

He wrote about this on Twitter .

At the same time, the press secretary of Volodymyr Zelensky, Sergei Nikiforov, in a commentary to Suspilny , said that Ukraine was waiting for the reaction of Turkey and the UN regarding this statement by the Russian Federation.

“Ukraine has not signed any “grain agreements” with the Russian Federation. The signatories are Russia, Turkey and the UN. And Ukraine has not signed any agreements with Russia, because it understands that it almost never adheres to its obligations. Therefore, we expect the reaction of the signatories,” – said Nikiforov.

Explosions in occupied Sevastopol: details

On Saturday, October 29, explosions thundered in the Sevastopol Bay in the temporarily occupied Crimea.

The Russian Defense Ministry said that at 4:20 am the ships of the Black Sea Fleet were attacked at their bases in Sevastopol. Russia blamed Ukraine for the explosions.

At the same time, Colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the reserve, military instructor pilot Roman Svitan believes that the attack on Russian ships in Sevastopol was most likely carried out by surface and underwater drones. He emphasized that when this kind of attack is being prepared, the main target is the flagship, so we may not hear about the Russian frigate Admiral Makarov again.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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