New Delhi: The first grain shipment from Ukraine since Russia’s invasion is a minor but significant first step toward releasing the millions of tonnes of grains that have been stockpiled in the nation and enhancing global food supply.
Over the weekend, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the navy would soon be armed with potent Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles, which have a maximum speed of five times the speed of sound.
He declared that he would reply “with lightning speed to anyone who decides to trespass on our sovereignty and independence” and signed a new navy doctrine.
A Ukrainian grain magnate was killed by Russian shelling, and President Volodymyr Zelenskiy encouraged residents of the Donetsk region to flee as a potentially protracted ground conflict rages in the area’s east.
Russia continues to carry out air and missile strikes against military and civilian targets as the invasion is well into its sixth month.
The majority of the southern Kherson region was experiencing fighting, according to the Ukrainian military.
Following the largest assault on the southern port city since the war began, Russia shelled Mykolaiv once more, according to the mayor.
Despite being “very unlikely” to take control of the second-largest city in Ukraine or the area surrounding it, Russian forces may be preparing a new attack into Kharkiv, according to the Institute for the Study of War.