(Worthy News) – Wheat prices rose sharply on July 25 after Russian missiles struck the Ukrainian port of Odesa over the weekend despite claims by the Kremlin that the strike targeted military installations and would not affect grain exports.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on July 25 that the two Kalibr missiles that landed near a pumping station at the Odesa port “exclusively” targeted military infrastructure and were “not connected with the agreement on the export of grain” reached on July 22 in Istanbul by Russia, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey.
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