Russia announced on Saturday to suspend its participation in the agreement ensuring the continuation of Ukrainian grain exports, vital for the food supply of poor countries, after the attack of drones which targeted in the morning Russian ships in Crimea.
“In view of the terrorist act carried out by the kyiv regime with the participation of British experts against ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian vessels involved in the security of grain corridors, Russia suspends its participation in the implementation of the agreement on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports,” the Russian Defense Ministry announced on Telegram.
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