A pilot was killed, and three sailors were injured.
In addition, 35 kilometers of overhead wires and almost half of all the city’s roads have been damaged.
This is the second time that the Russian occupiers have shipped this type of cargo from the port of Mariupol.
Ships of the "river-sea" class with a maximum load of 5,000 tons enter the port.
A fire broke out near the marine terminal in a hotel building that had been out of use for several years, and it was quickly extinguished.
Special forces conducted an operation to dismantle radar equipment from a drilling rig in the Black Sea.
The vehicles were delivered for Ukrainian military support and logistics operations.
The aim is to build capacity to protect ports and other critical infrastructure.
Agricultural products were destined for Egypt and Romania.
It is also necessary to move in the direction of creating new regional Black Sea organizations without the participation of the Russian Federation.
Romania believes that Russia's actions jeopardize the safety of navigation in the Black Sea.
Ship traffic out of the port has accelerated to about one every three days.
According to the manufacturer, the Škoda electric trains were planned to be tested in Ukraine.
Russia is methodically destroying the port infrastructure of Ukraine.
This is essentially a step to block Russian ports in response to Russia's pirate activities in the region.
An elevator, grain hangars, and tanks at a cargo terminal were also damaged or destroyed.
About a million Ukrainians have been experiencing water-supply interruptions because of the explosion of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant’s dam, with water being delivered to some settlements by tankers.
The occupiers painted over the name of the vessel used, although observations and traffic analysis show that it is the Mezhdurechensk vessel.