Top EU diplomat blasts Putin for airstrike on massive grain terminal in Ukraine

Washington Examiner

06-08-2022

A Russian airstrike destroyed at least two warehouses at the Nika-Tera grain terminal in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv on Sunday, according to the city's mayor. RUSSIA RESTARTS ATTACKS AGAINST KYIV AS FIGHTING IN EAST CONTINUES"Another Russian missile strike contributing to the global food crisis. Russian forces have destroyed the second biggest grain terminal in Ukraine, in Mykolaiv," High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell said on Monday. Another Russian missile strike contributing to the global food crisis. Russian forces have destroyed the second biggest grain terminal in #Ukraine, in #Mykolaiv.

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