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Russian drone strikes hit Ukrainian ports on NATO’s borders lasting more than ‘3.5 hours’

by Mark Channer War Correspondent
3rd Sep 23 11:31 am

Ukrainian ports have been targeted by Russian forces on Sunday hitting “civil infrastructure” of the Danube in Odessa which lasted for more than “3.5 hours.”

More than 24 Russian kamikaze drones on grain stores on the border with NATO member Romania which threatens to provoke “food crisis and famine in the world.”

Since Vladimir Putin pulled out of the Black Sea initiative in July Russian vessels have blocked international waters in the Black Sea blockading ships from moving through the waters with grain.

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Ukraine’s Air Force claimed that 22 drones were shot down but three hit their targets and two people were injured in the explosions.

Ukraine’s South Military Command issued a statement saying, “The enemy once again attacked the civil infrastructure of the Danube in Odessa.

“The massive drone attack lasted more than 3.5 hours. 22 drones of the ‘Shahed-136’ type were destroyed by air defence forces.

“Unfortunately, there was a hit in the port infrastructure, as a result of which a fire broke out, which the firefighters promptly extinguished.

“It is known in advance about 2 injured civilians. They were given medical assistance.”

The Ukrainian president’s chief of staff Andriy Yermak wrote on Telegram, “Russian terrorists continue to attack port infrastructure in the hope of provoking a food crisis and famine in the world.”

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