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Ukraine: Russia attacks Odessa port after agreeing grain deal
Russian-American historian Dr Yuri Felshinsky was talking about the sudden illness of Putin’s former aide Anatoly Chubais as well as the death of a grain merchant from Ukraine on the Italian island of Sardinia. In addition, the first ship carrying Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea since Russia invaded Ukraine departed the port of Odessa today after Turkey and the United Nations reached an agreement between the two sides.
Dr. Felshtinsky, who holds a PhD in history from Rutgers University in New Jersey, is the author of the upcoming Blowing Up Ukraine: The Return of Russian Terror and the Threat of World War III, which is due to be published August 24.
He warned: “Vladimir Putin is playing with the world.”
He described the news of the sudden illness of Anatoly Chubais “and fears that it may be a case of putinitis”, and the murder in the bedroom of Ukraine’s richest grain magnate Oleksiy Vadatursky in Odessa, “the Kremlin is playing with the world by issuing “Grain Ship”.
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Dr Felshtinsky said: “The Kremlin’s sole purpose is to undermine the coalition of nations thwarting their conquest of Ukraine, by every means at its disposal.
“The sooner an international coalition comes together to get Russia out of the Black Sea, the sooner the conflict is likely to slow down.”
The Sierra Leone-flagged ship Rajoni, after crossing the Bosphorus Strait connecting the Black Sea, will sail to the port of Tripoli, Lebanon, which is dominated by the Russian Navy, in the Mediterranean Sea. In this 26,527 tonnes of maize is being transported.
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Mr Putin’s former adviser Anatoly Chubais is in intensive care in Sardinia
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24 has triggered a worldwide food and energy crisis and the United Nations has warned of the risk of several famines this year.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said he hoped Tuesday’s departure would be the first of several such cargoes and would hire a ship to replenish UN aid supplies.
He told reporters in New York: “People on the brink of famine need these agreements to work to survive.
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“Countries on the brink of bankruptcy need these agreements to work to keep their economies alive.”
Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba called it “a day of relief for the world, especially for our friends in the Middle East, Asia and Africa”.
Ukraine, known as the breadbasket of Europe, hopes to help clear the silos for the new crop, from Odessa and nearby Pivdenyny and Kornomorsk, with 20 million tons of grain in silos and now harvested. 40 million tonnes will be exported.
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Moscow has denied responsibility for the food crisis, blaming Ukraine for western sanctions slowing its exports and mining for its ports. The Kremlin called Rajoni’s departure “very positive” news.
Mr Chubais, the former privatized Tsar of Soviet Russia who left his post as the Kremlin’s special envoy because of the war in Ukraine, is in intensive care in Europe with a rare immune disorder, two sources close to Mr Chubais said. Is.
He suggested that Mr Chubais, 67, believed he was suffering from Guillain Barre syndrome, a disease caused by the immune system that damages the peripheral nervous system.
The first said: “They think it’s a disease. Doctors say they found it in time.”
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A European intelligence agency is investigating the case, but has not yet disclosed the results, that source said.
Some media and opposition activists have speculated that Mr Chubais may have been poisoned.
Mykolaiv Governor Vitaly Kim said on Telegram that Russian missiles struck the port city of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine early on Sunday, killing Vadatursky, the founder and owner of the agricultural company Nibulon, and his wife.
Headquartered in Mykolaiv, a strategically important city mostly bordering the Russian-occupied Kherson region, Nibulon specializes in the production and export of wheat, barley and corn, and has its own fleet and shipyard.