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Russian drone attack in Odesa region hits Danube port infrastructure

  • Two people were hospitalized after a 3.5-hour Russian drone attack on a port in Ukraine's Odessa region. The Ukrainian air force shot down 22 of the 25 drones. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's chief of staff described the assault as part of a Russian drive to provoke a food crisis.
  • The attack comes ahead of Russian President Putin's meeting with Turkish President Erdogan, where they will discuss the resumption of food shipments from Ukraine under a Black Sea grain agreement. Russia previously broke off from the agreement over claims of unfulfilled promises.
  • In addition to the drone attack, there were shelling incidents in Ukraine, resulting in casualties. Ukrainian prosecutors have opened a war crimes investigation into the death of a police officer.
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