Missile attacks in Odesa took place early this morning and did not cause any casualties, Ukrinform news agency reported.
Kiev authorities announced on Monday that they would resume grain shipments by sea this week.
The announcement came a day after Russia and Ukraine, under Turkey and the UN, signed an agreement to ban Ukrainian grain exports and ease the humanitarian crisis, and the Russian offensive began in Odessa on Saturday. Due to lack of these foods.
According to Kiev, the first ships will depart from the Black Sea under the agreement, signed separately by Russia and Ukraine.
According to his estimate, the reopening of the ports would allow monthly exports of about three million tonnes of grain.
However, after Saturday’s attacks on the commercial port of Odessa, Ukraine accused Russia of “violating” the UN and Turkey, saying Russia should take “all responsibility” if the deal breaks down.
Russia, which invaded Ukraine on February 24, initially denied any responsibility for what happened in the port of Odessa, although later underlined that attacks on military targets had taken place.
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