Russia was accused of constantly attacking the southern port city of Mykolaiv, killing the owner of the largest cereal export company Ukraine.

The Governor of Mykolaiv Vitaliy Kim said Oleksiy Vadatursky, founder and owner of Nibulon Agricultural Company, and his wife, killed at his home for Russian raids.


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Located headquarters at Mykolaiv, an important strategic city adjacent to Kherson, mostly occupied by Russia, Nibulon specializes in producing and exporting wheat, barley and maize, and there is a fleet of shipping train and

Rescuers working in a building was hit by a missile in Mykolaiv, south of Ukraine, in late March.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy describes Vadatursky's death as a great loss for the entire Ukraine.

The mayor of Oleksandr Senkevych told the media that three others were also injured in attacks against Mikolaiv, saying 12 missiles hit people's houses and educational institutions.

The Governor of Dnipropetrovsk Valentyn Reznichenko, meanwhile, said that up to 50 Rocket Grad had hit residential areas in the southern city of Nikopol on the morning of July 31, injuring one.

Russia has not commented on this information.

Russia today Ukraine attacked the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet located in the port city of Sevastopol on the Crimea peninsula, injuring 5 people.

However, Sergiy Bratchuk, a spokesman for the Odessa Military Region of Ukraine, rejected Kiev behind the attack.

The law enforcement force blocked a neighborhood after the attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Crimea, July 31.


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Russia has opened a military campaign in Ukraine since February 24 and conflicts on both sides have not shown signs of cooling down despite having entered the sixth month.

Ukrainian Deputy Defense Deputy Minister Volodymymylov said on July 19, saying that Kiev was preparing an attack on Russia's Black Sea Fleet.

President Zelensky at the end of July 30 said that hundreds of thousands of people remained in the war zone and ordered the evacuation to force people in the Donetsk area.

Many people refuse to leave but this is still something to do, he said in the speech at night.

Ukraine media quoted Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk as saying that people would have to evacuate before the winter because the natural gas supply in the area was destroyed.

This is not the first time the Ukrainian government has called on civilians to evacuate from areas that Ukraine controlled in Donetsk.

I don't know why Zelensky declared evacuation, Herbst said.

The Russian Defense Ministry today said that he invited the United Nations experts and the Red Cross to investigate the attack on the prison camp in Yelenovka, Donetsk, which was said to be the place to detain Ukrainian prisoners, earlier this week.

The Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) claimed to and the Russian Ministry of Defense accused Ukraine using Himars jet artillery to raid a prison camp in Yelenovka.


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The Russian Defense Ministry said that this was a blatant provocative action to threaten Ukrainian soldiers and prevent them from surrender and announced investigating the shelling.

The Ukrainian forces denied the allegations, declared not shelling the Yelenovka residential area, even said that Russia intentionally fired firecrackers into the detention center to accuse Ukraine from committing war crimes, as well as hiding torture behavior.

The International Red Cross Committee (ICRC) on the same day condemns the attack and said they are still not allowed to access the location.

Ibrahim Kalin, a spokesman for the Turkish President, said that it was likely to be the first Ukraine's grain to leave Odessa port on August 1.

The move took place despite the Russian missile hit the city after the cereal agreement signed on July 22 between Russia, Turkey, the United Nations and Ukraine.

It is very likely that the first ship can leave tomorrow morning if everything is arranged tonight, Kalin answered interviews on television.

The Ukrainian war situation after more than 5 months.

The United Nations Human Rights Office (OHCHR) recorded nearly 5,237 civilians killed and more than 7,035 injured since the conflict broke out in Ukraine.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported more than 9.9 million people who left Ukraine and nearly 4 million people from abroad to Ukraine for more than 5 months of conflict.