- Attacks on grain terminals will have another impact on Ukraine’s poor food export capacity.
- A drone clash allegedly controlled by Kieu caused a fire in a large Russian refinery.
- Russia is launching simulated missile attacks on Estonia, increasing tensions along NATO’s northeastern border.
- Russian troops occupied several villages south of the main city of Severodonetsk.
Russian troops targeted at least two large North American-owned grain warehouses in Ukraine’s Mykolaiv port on Wednesday. This is a campaign by Kieu and the Western government to reduce Ukraine’s food export capacity.
A strike broke out on Wednesday morning after a drone allegedly controlled by Kieu’s army clashed, causing a major Russian oil and gas refinery near the Ukrainian border to burn.
Russia hits grain terminal with latest attack on Ukraine’s food infrastructure
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