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Russia’s Threat to Attack Ships in Black Sea Means Unilateral Ban on Transit in International Waters, Says Analyst


Russia’s refusal to participate in the extension of the Black Sea initiative led to the virtual cessation of the epic on the export of Ukrainian grain from the ports controlled by Kyiv. On top, the Russian Ministry of Defense officially announced that from July 20, all ships sailing in the Black Sea to Ukrainian ports will be considered as potential carriers of military cargo, which makes them a legitimate target for the Russian Armed Forces. “Russian military says from 00:00 Moscow time on July 20, ships traveling through the Black Sea to the ports of Ukraine will be considered as…

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