December 7, 2022

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Accusing Russia of bombarding a Ukrainian port After the agreement to allow Kiev to export grain

A tan solo un día de haberse firmado el accordo para renudar la exportação de grano por el Mar Negro, Ukraine accused Russia this Saturday of launching missiles against the strategic port of Odesa and of breaking “always” its promises. El puerto de Odesa fue atacado specifica cuando cargamentos de cereales estaban siendo procesados (…) Atacaron un territorio donde se encuentra el grano”, dijo el spokesperson military Yuriy Ignat, después de que dos misiles de cruise Kalibr will impact on the port infrastructure and the other two were shot down.

Desmentida rusa

The Minister of Defense of Turkey, Hukusi Akar, declared this Saturday that the Russian authorities denied their involvement in the attack that occurred this Saturday. “Los rusos nos dijeron que no tiená absolumente nada que ver con el attack y que estaban estudiando la questión muy de cerca”, he said. No obstante, el ministro recognized that the incident tiene un carácter preocupante Ya que su país funciona como garante de un pacto que convertido a Odesa ya otros dos puertos del país como zonas seguras para la exportação de grano.

El portavoz de la administración ucraniana en Odesa, Serhi Bratchuk assured that four missiles were launched against the port. One of them impacted the commercial zone, while the other two were intercepted by the Ukrainian air defense system. The fourth missile would have impacted another area of ​​the port. Bratchuk aseguró que todos los proyectiles eran modelo Kalibr, empleados por las fuerzas rusas.

“El ataque es un escupitajo de Vladimir Putin en la cara del secretario general de la UNO, António Guterres, y el presidente de Turquia, Recep Tayyip Erdogan” aseveró el Ministerio de Asuntos Exterioros ukraniano referring to the fourth missile that impacted in the port area.

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Por su lado, the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Oleksandr Kubrakov, guaranteed that Ukraine will continue to comply with the conditions of the Istanbul Pact, for the part that corresponds to them. The minister assured that the bombings will not stop the work of the Ukrainian authorities. “No confiamos en Rusia, pero confiamos en nuestros partners y aliados, por eso la Iniciativa sobre el transporte seguro de granos y productos alimenticios desde los puertos de Ukraina se firmó con la UNO y Turquia, y no con Rusia”, he recalled.

El acuerdo

El convenio sealed in Istanbul is the first great agreement between the parties in conflict since the Russian invasion on February 24 and was expected with anxiety to help mitigate hunger. that, according to the UN, they face 47 million additional people due to the war.

Ukraine refused to sign directly the same document with Russia, so both countries signed identical agreements separately with Turkey and the UN.in the presence of Guterres and Erdogan, in the palacio Dolmabahce de Istanbul.

Antes de firmar, Ukraine warned that it would give an immediate military response if Russia violated the pact and attacked its ships or raided its ports. The Ukrainian president said that the UN should ensure the fulfillment of the agreement, which includes the transit of boats with Ukrainian grains by safe corridors to avoid mines in the Black Sea.

Hasta 20 million tons of wheat and other grains are blocked in Ukrainian ports, especially in Odesa, by Russian war ships and mines that Kiev laid to avoid an amphibious attack. Volodymyr Zelenski estimates that the total value of Ukrainian grains is around 10,000 million dollars.

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Según fuentes del Ministerio de Agricultura ukraniano, cited by Ukrinform, in the port of Odesa there are cereals stored ready for exportation, aunque sin concretarse su volumen. “No vamos a detailar esa carga, porque es competition del departmenta de Infraestructuras. Pero se están preparando los primeros envíos para mañana o pasado mañana”, de acuerdo con ese medio.

Repercussions

The president of Ukraine declared that the attack in the port of Odesa simply demonstrates that Moscow is looking for ways to violate the agreement for the export of grain signed only one day earlier with the United Nations, Turkey and Ukraine. “Esto prueba only una cosa: no importa lo que Rusia diga y prometa, entrada formas de incumplirlo”, accused Zelenski en un video publicado en Telegram.

Farhan Haq, adjunct spokesperson of the Secretariat General of the UN, recorded “Yesterday, all parties committed themselves clearly before the world to guarantee safe movement of Ukrainian grain and related products”. Referring to the seriousness of the world’s current affairs, respect to the security of food “Millions of people from all over the world need these products to alleviate the global food crisis and the suffering of the affected population. “Es imperativo que la Federación Rusa, Ukraina y Turcia completo por completo con lo estipulado”added the UN spokesperson.

Por su parte, el jefe de la diplomacy de la UE, Josep Borrell, tildó de reprobable el ataque con misiles de Rusia. “Golpear un objetivo crucial para la exportação de granos un día después de la firma de los acuerdos de Istanbul es en particular reprobable y de nuevo demesta el total disprecio de Rusia por el derecho y los compromisos internacionales”, escribió Borrell en Twitter.

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The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Oleg Nikolenko, added that Russia should assume “all responsibility” if this agreement is broken. Referring to the mediators of the agreement, the portavoz added: “Es un ataque de Vladímir Putin ante al secretario general de la UNO, António Guterres, y el presidente Turco, Recep Tayyip Erdogan”.

The reactions of rejection also extended to the diplomacy of the United States, whose ambassador in Kiev, Bridged Brink, recorded via Twitter that the agreement on cereals had not been signed in 24 hours and that Russia should be held accountable for what happened.