Turkey seizes Russian-flagged ship accused of exporting Ukrainian grain...

Turkey has reportedly seized a Russian-flagged ship accused of exporting thousands of tonnes of Ukrainian grain illegally. The ship is being probed by Turkish authorities in the Black Sea port of Karasu. Officials in Karasu stated that the investigation is underway over the accusation made by Kyiv regime.
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Yesterday

Ukraine claims Russia stationed nearly 6 combat-ready missile carrier...

Southern Command of Ukraine claims Moscow has six combat-ready warships with missile carriers stationed off the Ukrainian Black Sea coast. Russia has added another submarine to its naval force in the Black Sea, Ukrinform reported. Russia was able to save a massive landing ship from being destroyed by its crew after Kyiv's army damaged the vessel in the landing port of Berdyansk.
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Yesterday

Ukraine accuses Russia of dropping phosphorus bombs on Snake Island as war...

Ukrainian Armed Forces accuse Russia of carrying out phosphorus munition strikes on Zmiinyi Island a.k.a Snake Island. This comes after Ukraine's Defence Ministry claimed Russian troops hastily withdrew from the rocky land on the Black Sea, leading Kyiv to a small but strategic victory amid the ongoing blockade of southern sea ports.
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4 days ago

Russia responds to allegations over Odesa attack; 'Russian troops do not...

Russian press secretary Dmitry Peskov said the target were warehouses, military ammunition, and enterprises where military equipment is prepared, repaired and stored. Russian missiles struck an apartment building and a resort near Ukraine's Black Sea port of Odesa, killing at least 19 people. Ukraine accused Russia of using inaccurate Soviet-era missiles in recent strikes.
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5 days ago

Russian missiles kill at least 19 in Ukraine’s Odesa region

Video shows charred remains of buildings in the small town of Serhiivka, located about 50 kilometers southwest of Odesa. The attack comes a day after Russian forces withdrew from a strategic Black Sea island. The Ukrainian president’s office says three X-22 missiles fired by Russian bombers struck an apartment building and two campsites.
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5 days ago

Explained: Ukraine takes control of Snake Island from Russia

Ukrainian forces have taken control of Snake Island in the Black Sea, which was occupied by Russia very early in the war. Western commentators said the retreat of the Russians marks a major setback, and likely weakens their control over shipping routes. The last Russian soldiers had left on two speedboats during the night, the Ukrainian military said.
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6 days ago

NATO Chief Stoltenberg says Greece offered its ships to transport grain from Ukraine

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg announced on June 30 that Greece is willing to provide ships to help export grain from Ukraine's Black Sea ports that have been closed by Russia. The UN is leading efforts to establish a grain corridor for tankers departing from Odesa and other Ukrainian ports, with a Turkish naval escort. Ukraine has accused Russia and its allies of stealing its grain.
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6 days ago

Berdyansk: Ship with 7,000 tonnes of grain for pro-Russian nations departs...

A fleet carrying 7,000 tonnes of grain sailed from Ukraine's occupied port of Berdyansk on June 30. Ukraine has accused Russia and its allies of stealing its grain, which has contributed to a global food shortage. Between 20 to 25 million tonnes of wheat are stuck in Ukraine due to a Russian blockade of Black Sea ports.
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6 days ago

Olaf Scholz confirms G7 leaders to attend upcoming G20 summit despite...

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said the G7 leaders would attend the upcoming G20 summit despite Vladimir Putin's participation. The G7 decided to prohibit the import of Russian gold and increase aid to nations suffering from food shortages as a result of the blockade on grain supplies from Ukraine through the Black Sea.
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1 weeks ago

Over 3,000 dolphins in Black Sea found dead as result of Russian war in Ukraine

At least 3,000 dolphins have died in the Black Sea because of the Russian war against Ukraine. The number recorded since February 24 is believed to be a result of the all-out Russian invasion. Marine experts at Ukraine's Tuzlovsky Lymans put a number to the deaths on Friday, stressing the adverse ecological effects of the war.
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1 weeks ago

EU holds Russia solely responsible for global food security crisis amid ongoing war

Leaders of the European Union (EU) summit in Brussels alleged that Russia is solely responsible for the global food security crisis. The EU leaders also blamed Russia for attempting to weaponize food in its war against Ukraine. The European Council also called on Russia to unblock the Black Sea in order to allow the export of grain and commercial shipping operations.
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1 weeks ago

US intelligence claims Russian Navy instructed to lay mines at Ukraine's...

Russian Navy has been instructed to mine the ports of Odesa and Ochakiv as part of a blockade of Ukrainian grain shipments. Russia has refuted accusations that it planted mines around Black Sea ports and has shifted the blame to Kyiv. According to US intelligence, Russia has been laying a coordinated plan to cut off the stretch of the coastline that is still under Ukrainian control.
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1 weeks ago

Russia's Gazprom to halt gas supply temporarily through Turkish Stream pipeline

Gazprom announced on Saturday that the supplying of gas along both strings of the Turkish Stream pipeline will be suspended from June 21 to June 28. The pipeline, which runs beneath the Black Sea, is made up of two strings, one of which supplies gas to Turkish consumers, while the other transports energy to southern and southeastern Europe.
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2 weeks ago

Zelenskyy visits front-line cities of Mykolaiv, Odesa to boost morale of...

Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited the front-line southern cities of Mykolaiv and Odesa. Russian forces have been attempting to seize the Black Sea coast and have identified both cities as major targets. The President gave state honours and bestowed prestigious and military titles on medics on the eve of their holiday.
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2 weeks ago

Ukraine's Navy claims it struck Russian boat carrying ammunition, personnel...

Russian boat was carrying air defence systems to a strategic island in the Black Sea. Ukrainian navy said it was carrying ammunition, weapons and personnel to Snake Island, a vital port used for protecting the sea lanes out of Odesa. Snake Island figured memorably early in the war when Ukrainian border guards stationed there defied Russian orders to surrender.
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2 weeks ago

Russia-Ukraine war: Babies born in Kherson after Feb 24 being given Russian...

All children born in the occupied region of Kherson after February 24 and orphans living there at present are being issued Russian citizenship, according to the Oblast's deputy head Kirill Stremousov. Located just north of the Crimean Peninsula, the region was one of the first regions to come under Russian control. Since then, troops have launched several counteroffensives, regaining control of parts of the Black Sea steppe.
#KirillStremousov #Russian #Ukraine #PeopleSociety #LawGovernment #Government


2 weeks ago

Turkey says ready to host four-way meeting to export Ukrainian grain via Black Sea

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said, “If Russia answers positively, there will be a four-partite meeting in Istanbul” The UN has already laid out a detailed plan to facilitate the export of grains rotting on the seaports.
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2 weeks ago

Turkey starts laying Black Sea natural gas pipeline to wean off reliance on...

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lauded the start of work on an underwater pipeline to tap a Black Sea natural gas resource. The Sakarya gas field was discovered in August 2020 and is Turkey's largest natural gas field. The government hopes it will help the country wean off its reliance on energy imports.
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3 weeks ago

Erdogan ditches NATO for Putin? Turkey pitches for Russian grain shipments

Erdogan ditches NATO for Putin? Turkey pitches for Russian grain shipments. Turkey pursuing its own talks with Russia on opening Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea. Erdogan has done this before - call to buy Russian S-400 saw Turkey kicked out of NATO F-35 program.
#Erdogan #NATO #Russian #Ukrainian #Turkey #BusinessIndustrial #News #Politics


3 weeks ago

Ukraine at OSCE calls for 'international navy mission' to ensure Ukrainian...

Ukraine has called for an international naval mission to patrol export routes in the Black Sea. Yevhen Tsymbalyuk stressed that military equipment is required to protect the coastline. The statement comes as Ukraine has been accusing Russia of blocking Ukrainian seaports and not allowing grain export. The Ukrainian diplomat noted that Russia had recently carried out a missile strike on a grain terminal.
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3 weeks ago