A fire started in the port of Odessa as a result of shelling. Russia and Ukraine agreed to take grain out of there

Odessa was subjected to rocket fire, as a result of which a fire started in the local port.

According to the People's Deputy of Ukraine Oleksiy Goncharenko, there were 6 explosions in the city in total: "Most of them were shot down by air defense, but there is an arrival."

The shelling of the Odessa port occurred the next day after Russia and Ukraine, mediated by the UN and Turkey, signed an agreement on the export of grain from blocked ports. It implies export from the ports of Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny. According to the agreement, the grain will be able to depart from there, accompanied by Ukrainian ships. A prerequisite for this is a ceasefire.

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