Drones attacked Crimea had Canadian-made units, Russia claims

10/30/2022 6:51:35 PM
 A drone in Ukraine.
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Russia claims that the drones carrying out the Crimean attack included "Canadian-made navigation units."

Russia said on Sunday that the Crimean attack drones used the "safe zone" designated for the export of grain, while Ukraine said that the Russian embargo made the export of grain "impossible."

What Happened After The Attack? Following Ukraine’s ever first drone attack on the Crimean peninsula, Moscow announced its withdrawal from deal that made exporting gran possible after months of suspension that led to record high grain prices.

Moscow said that the drones carrying out the Crimean attack may have been launched from a "civilian ship," stressing that the drones carrying out the attack included "Canadian-made navigation units."

The Russian Defense Ministry said it had recovered and analyzed the wreckage of drones used to attack the Black Sea Fleet yesterday in Crimea.

The ministry added that its analysis showed that the drones were equipped with Canadian-made navigation units, in an attack it said was carried out by Ukrainian forces under the guidance of British specialists, something that Britain denies.

The Russian Defense Ministry stated that its experts "examined the Canadian-made navigation units installed on the marine drones."

Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov confirmed that Russia's suspension of an agreement allowing the export of grain from Ukrainian ports makes it "impossible" to leave tankers loaded with these products.

"A bulk tanker loaded with 40 tons of grain was supposed to leave the Ukrainian port today. This food was meant for Ethiopians who are on the verge of starvation. But as a result of Russia's closure of the 'grain corridor', export is impossible," he wrote on Twitter.

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