Moscow Suspends Food Pact Over Kiev’s Attack on Ships | News | teleSUR English

Moscow suspends indefinitely its participation in the food agreement after Kiev attacked ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian ships participating in its implementation.

“In view of the terrorist act carried out by the Kiev regime on October 29 this year with the participation of British experts against ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian ships involved in the security of the grain corridor, the Russian side suspends its participation in the implementation of the agreements on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports,” the statement reads.

The Russian Defense Ministry stated that it was a terrorist attack by Kiev against Black Sea Fleet ships and civilian vessels. It further noted that British Navy officers were involved in the planning of the attack.

The Ministry also stressed that the Black Sea Fleet vessels that suffered the attack were securing a grain corridor used to export agricultural products from Ukrainian ports.

Moscow Suspends Food Pact Over Kiev’s Attack on Ships | News | teleSUR English