Russia shells Odessa for the seventh day in a row. The enemy is trying to block grain exports and is targeting civilian quarters. As a result of today's night attack by the Russian Federation...
Russia shells Odessa for the seventh day in a row. The enemy is trying to block grain exports and is targeting civilian quarters. As a result of today's night attack by the Russian Federation, seven people were injured. The Kremlin, however, denies its responsibility for the destruction in Odessa. At the same time, Ukraine is waiting for a reaction and worldwide publicity, which is why a UNESCO mission should arrive in Odessa in the coming days.
Russia shells Odessa for the seventh day in a row. The enemy is trying to block exports and is attacking quiet neighborhoods. This was reported by Oleg Kiper, head of the Odessa OVA.
On the seventh day, the Russian Federation attacks Odessa. Today, they paid the most attention to the port infrastructure. And for four hours the Shaheds continued to fire in our direction. Some of them were shot down, but unfortunately, there were hits.
The Russian Federation is trying to completely block the export of our grain and starve the world. They are trying to leave 400 million people without bread, said Kiper. Seven people were injured in tonight's attack.
As a result of the enemy attack, 57 cultural heritage objects were damaged. The assessment of the affected objects belongs to UNESCO employees.
The UNESCO mission will arrive in Odessa in the coming days. It will carry out an initial assessment of damage to cultural heritage objects as a result of Russian air strikes. UNESCO stressed that the deliberate task of striking, destroying and damaging cultural property can be equated to a war crime. At the same time, Russia is still a member of UNESCO.
The Russian Federation continues to lie about its own war crimes. In this regard, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, stated that Russia would never attack civilian infrastructure. And accordingly, Ukraine itself hits Odessa.
After Russia withdrew from the “grain agreement”, the occupiers intensified shelling of Odessa. In fact, as soon as the suspension of participation was announced, a Russian missile attack destroyed much of the grain export infrastructure of the port of Chornomorsk.
Subsequently, the Odessa region suffered several more attacks in a row. On July 23, the Russians attacked World Heritage sites, in particular, the Transfiguration Cathedral was destroyed.