Russia strikes Ukraine grain exporting port ahead of Putin-Erdogan talks
Russia launched an overnight air attack on Ukraine's Izmail port, one of the country's major grain exporting ports. The attack occurred just hours before a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. The air force of Ukraine urged residents to seek shelter after midnight. Russia had previously quit a grain export deal with Ukraine in July, citing obstacles to its own food and fertilizer exports.
Russia-Ukraine war live: two injured in Odesa as Moscow launches drone attack on port infrastructure
Ukrainian air force says it shot down 22 of the 25 Iranian-made Shahed drones launched by Russia early on SundayWhat we know on day 557 of the invasionWelcome back to our live coverage of the Russia’s war in Ukraine. This is Adam Fulton and here’s a snapshot of the latest news to bring you up to speed.Russia launched an attack with 25 drones on the Odesa region’s south early on Sunday, hitting port infrastructure on the Danube River and injuring…
Russian drone attack in Odesa region hits Danube port infrastructure: Ukraine
Russia launched a 3 1/2-hr drone attack on Odesa, injuring at least two people. Ukraine's air defence systems shot down 22 of 25 drones. Fire at the attacked port facility was quickly extinguished. Reports of blasts in Reni port, one of two major ports Ukraine operates. No comment from Russia.
Russia attacks a Ukrainian port before key grain deal talks between Putin and Turkiye's president
Two people were hospitalized following a 3.5-hour Russian drone barrage on a port in Ukraine's Odessa region on Sunday, officials said. The attack on the Reni seaport comes a day before Russian President Vladimir Putin is due to meet with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the resumption of food shipments from Ukraine.
Russian drone attack in Odesa region hits Danube port infrastructure
Russia launched a 3 1/2-hour drone attack on the southern parts of the Odesa region early on Sunday, hitting a Danube River port infrastructure and injuring at least two people, Kyiv said.
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