Humenyuk: Russians can attack Ukrainian ports with “Kinzhal” missiles
Photo: aeroballistic missile “Kinzhal”, illustrative.
Russian troops can attack Ukrainian ports with “Kinzhal” missiles to disrupt exports through the new sea corridor.
Ports from which Ukraine exports products through the new sea corridor may be under threat of attacks by “Kinzhal” missiles, Natalya Humenyuk, spokeswoman for OС “Pivden” reported on the air of the telethon.
She explained: if earlier the enemy tried to attack the capital more, now it can attack the ports with such weapons, because it intends to take Ukraine’s place in the world export of grain.
The Kh-47M2 “Kinzhal” is a Russian aeroballistic missile that can carry a nuclear warhead.
USM previously reported that China and Russia signed the largest grain supply contract in history.
The document stipulates that the Russian Federation will export 70 million tons of agricultural products to the People’s Republic of China within 12 years. The value of the contract is $25.7 billion.
Before the full-scale war, Ukraine was an important seller of grain for China. Russia disrupted Ukrainian exports, occupied part of the territories from which it stole hundreds of thousands of tons of grain, and now offered itself to China as a new exporter.