After pulling out of grain deal, Russia fires missiles at Kyiv.

Russian missile strikes around the country were reported by Ukrainian authorities on Monday after Moscow pulled out of a deal to allow Ukrainian grain shipments in the Black Sea.

Ukrainian critical infrastructure has been hit by another batch of Russian missiles. Russia fights civilians instead of fighting on the battlefield, according to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba.

Russia still has missiles and the will to kill Ukrainians, so it does this by calling these attacks a response.

Missiles hit energy infrastructure in Kyiv and other cities, causing electricity and water outages, according to the foreign ministry spokesman.

Russia is not interested in peace talks or global food security. Its only goal of Putin is to cause death and destruction.

There was no response from Moscow after it was accused of attacking the Black Sea Fleet with drones in a Crimean port. Russia launched the biggest airstrikes since the start of the war on Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities, in what it said was a response to an attack on its bridge to the peninsula.

The Ukrainian government has not confirmed or denied that it was behind the attack on the Russian fleet.

A Russian blockade of Ukrainian grain shipments caused a global food crisis, as Russia and Ukraine are both among the world’s biggest food-exporting countries.

The president of Ukraine accused Russia of blackmailing the world with hunger by pulling out of the food export deal.

One of the vessels held up was carrying tens of thousands of tons of wheat, which was chartered by the U.N. Zelenskiy said in an overnight address that the world food program would be used for an emergency response in the Horn of Africa.

A total of 218 vessels were effectively blocked, according to the Ukrainian infrastructure ministry.

The grain deal required Russia and Ukraine to coordinate the transit of ships through the Black Sea and the United Nations and Turkey to act as mediators.

There weren’t any ships moving on Sunday.  A transit plan for 16 ships to move Black Sea grain was agreed on by the United Nations and Turkey. There wasn’t an immediate response from Russia.

According to the United Nations, Russian officials were told about the plan, along with the intention to inspect 40 outbound vessels on Monday, and all participants coordinate with their respective military and other relevant authorities to ensure the safe passage of commercial vessels.

President Joe Biden called Russia’s move “outrageous” and said it would increase starvation. The U.S. is a large country. Moscow is accused of weaponizing food by the secretary of state.

Russia’s Ambassador to Washington snapped back at the U.S. on Sunday. The response was outrageous and made false statements about Moscow.

 

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