Russia attacked again last night with Kalibr cruise missiles a port infrastructure in the region of Odessain the south of Ukrainewhere a security guard died as a result of the bombardment, reported the Military Administration of the area in a statement.
“As a consequence of the attack, a security guard, a civilian, born in 1979, died,” wrote the representative of the Military Administration of the Odesa region, Oleg Kiperin your Telegram account.
Kiper explained that the Russian missiles have caused damage to the technical equipment of one of the cargo terminals from a port in the region that you did not specify. A construction dedicated to infrastructure security and two cars also suffered damage.
Russia attacked port infrastructure in the Odessa region almost daily last week dedicated to the export of cereal, after announcing that it would not extend the so-called grain agreement by which it promised in July 2022 to allow the exit of agricultural products through three Ukrainian ports of the Black Sea.
Ukraine seeks with its international partners formulas to reopen the corridor that the agreement provided forwhich is vital for the export of Ukrainian agricultural products on which the food security of various regions of the world and the stability of the international agricultural market.
kyiv also needs more anti-aircraft systems to be able to protect its port infrastructures and not lose the ability to export by sea due to the damage caused by Russian attacks.
In all, Russian forces launched on the night of Wednesday to Thursday two Kalibr missiles and eight Shahed explosive drones Iranian-made, the Ukrainian air force said.
“The Kalibr attacked port infrastructure in the Odessa region. Unfortunately they could not be shot down,” the air force said on Telegram.
Instead, the anti-aircraft defense destroyed all Shahed drones launched against the regions of Khmelnitsky (west), Dnipropetrovsk (central-east) and Donetsk (this).
For its part, the Russian military said it struck airfields, command centers Ukrainians and arms depots westerners.
“Russian armed forces carried out long-range, high-precision air and sea weapons strikes against airfields, command centers and deployment of the Ukrainian armed forces, assembly workshops and naval drone depots and missilesof Western weapons and military equipment,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Foiled attack in the Black Sea
On the other hand, in the midst of the tension in the Black Sea, the Russian security service declared that it had frustrated an attack against a ship “carrying high-precision missile weapons.”
The FSB said it detained “a soldier from the Russian navy who had been recruited by the Ukrainian special service” and that he was carrying two improvised explosive devices, according to a statement.
The military is suspected of “terrorist attack”, explosives trafficking, treason and disclosure of state secrets, according to the FSB.
The Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has been the target of repeated attacks since the start of Moscow’s military campaign in Ukraine more than a year ago, but attacks have increased in recent weeks.
On Tuesday, Russia said it had repelled a drone attack on a military patrol boat stationed southwest of Sevastopolin the annexed peninsula of crimea.
Drones damaged last week the Russian bridge in crimea, a key military supply artery from mainland Russia to the peninsula. Ukraine claimed responsibility for the attack.
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