At the Russian request, a session of the Security Council on “Ukrainian marches”

The Security Council will hold an emergency session today, Monday, at the Russian request under the heading “threats to pace and international security “and related to Moscow’s accusations against Ukraine of launching a drone strike against Russian ships in the Black Sea. The correspondent of” Al-Arabiya “and” Al-Hadath “said the session took place after an amendment to the agenda of the council, because this is the most important issue and for which Moscow, according to it, has suspended the agreement on food cereals.

Russia said yesterday that Crimean drones have used the designated “safe zone” for exporting grain.

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Moscow claimed that the drones that carried out the attack in Crimea may have been launched from a “civilian ship”, noting that the drones that carried out the attack included “Canadian-made navigation units”.

The Russian Defense Ministry said it had recovered and analyzed the wrecks of the 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 that was said to have been carried out by Ukrainian forces under the leadership of British specialists, which Britain has denied.

The Russian defense ministry said its experts “examined Canadian-made navigation units installed on marine drones.” Russia annexed Crimea in 2014.

It was reported that a drone attack in the waters of the Sevastopol basin was repelled on 29 October. According to the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, General Igor Konashenkov, the attack involved nine drones and seven naval drones.

According to Sevastopol governor Mikhail Razvozaev, the aim of the Kiev morning offensive was the destruction of the military facilities of the Black Sea fleet. There were no casualties in the attack.

In response to the attack, the Russian Defense Ministry said Moscow has suspended its participation in the wheat deal.

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