| 27 September 2023, Wednesday |

Kyiv says 105 port infrastructure facilities damaged in Russian attacks since July 18

Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov revealed on Wednesday that over 100 port infrastructure facilities have suffered damage as a result of Russian assaults on Ukrainian ports since July 18th.
He also said Ukrainian grain exports had fallen by almost 3 million tons per month since July 18 – one day after Russia quit the UN-backed Black Sea grain export deal.
“Since July 18, due to Russian attacks on Ukrainian ports, 105 port infrastructure facilities have been damaged and partially destroyed. As a result of strikes on the ports of the Danube cluster and the blocking of seaports, grain exports to Asia, Africa and Europe were reduced by almost 3 million tons per month,” Kubrakov wrote on Facebook.

  • alarabiya