Ukraine’s Intelligence says explosions in Crimea do not violate grain deal
Andriy Yusov, a representative of Ukraine's Defense Intelligence says explosions at military facilities in Russia-controlled Crimea do not violate the terms of the grain deal
The Main Intelligence Directorate reports.
According to him, Ukraine's recent accusations of an alleged attack on civilian infrastructure and Russia's threats to freeze the grain deal are false manipulations. Yusov emphasized that Ukraine is fulfilling all its obligations related to the grain corridor.
"Ukraine complies with its international obligations, including fulfilling all obligations related to the grain corridor. The recent events in Crimea concerned only military facilities and are in no way related to the grain agreement, which provides for Ukrainian ports and civilian ports when it comes to the territory controlled by Ukraine," the representative of the Intelligence explained.
The Russian Defense Ministry has accused Ukraine of violating the grain deal, saying that Ukrainian drones allegedly attacked Sevastopol using grain corridors.