Russia’s kamikaze drone attacks on Odesa have not prevented ships carrying Ukrainian agricultural products from leaving Ukrainian seaports.
Serhii Bratchuk, a spokesperson for the Odesa regional military administration, announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Ukrinform news agency.
"At least 7-8 bulk carriers leave our ports every day. There are still applications, and their number has not decreased after the drone attacks. I think that the international community perfectly understands that this is the enemy's agony," Bratchuk said.
According to the Southern Operational Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Russian occupation forces attacked Odesa with kamikaze drones on Monday, 26 September. Air defense forces destroyed one drone. Two drones hit a military facility.