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War in Ukraine / July 14

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Day 142: Grain in exchange for the lifting of sanctions

After long negotiations, it became known that Russia will allow the safe export of grain from three Ukrainian ports. The guarantor of the agreement will be Turkey, which will check empty Ukrainian ships so that they do not import weapons. Negotiations took place between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN.

At the same time, some additional details of the agreement became known only the next day. The US lifted sanctions from Russia on the export of fertilizers for the treatment of agricultural crops. It is reported that this was one of the conditions of the agreement on the export of grain from Ukraine.

Ukraine and the Russian Federation were among the largest exporters of fertilizers in the world, so the closure of access to Russian products was considered a blow to the agricultural sector around the world. In order to release Ukrainian grain, which is primarily needed by poor countries, the US made concessions.

In fact, it can be considered as the first loss of the West. Russia blackmailed the world to get what it wanted. And now she has regained the opportunity to export fertilizers and make money from it. At the same time, only three Ukrainian ports were unblocked, and not all the waterways that worked before that. The Ukrainian side has not made extensive comments on this matter yet.

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Airstrike, missile and MRL damage

Kharkiv region:

  • The Russian army shelled the school grounds in the Industrialny district. The rocket fell in the school yard, a crater was formed at the site of the strike. Windows were smashed in classrooms, doors were blown out in computer science and physics classrooms. The roof of the school was also broken.
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Sumy region:

  • Myropillya, Yunaky, Esman, Nova Sloboda, Hotyn, Shostka, Krasnopillya, Velyka Pysarivka communities were shelled by Russian troops, 40 shots were recorded in total.
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Vinnytsia region:

  • Missile attack in the central part of the city. 5 Kalibr type missiles were launched from a small rocket ship from the area of Cape Fiolent in the Crimea. 2 missiles were shot down by air defense near the village of Rakhny Vinnytsia region. 3 missiles hit the parking lot next to the 9-storey Yubileiny mall, the neighboring buildings were also damaged from the blows, in which the windows were knocked out by the blast wave. ~55 houses for various purposes and 40 cars were damaged. One of the missiles hit near the new maternity hospital. The medical diagnostic center was partially destroyed. According to preliminary information, everyone who was there died.

It is known about 23 dead. 183 people sought medical help, 73 people were hospitalized, including 3 children. 18 people are listed as missing.  Among the dead there were 3 children. The mother of the deceased child had her leg torn off, she was hospitalized in serious condition. 34 people are in serious condition.

Zaporizhzhya region:

  • During the day, 21 reports of destruction in the region as a result of the  shelling by the Russian army were received.

Novoyakovlivka, Stepove, Novoandriivka, Preobrazhenka, Orichiv, Hulaipole were shelled by Russian troops.

  • As a result of the shelling, the roof of a residential building on an area of 35 square meters caught fire.
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Zhytomyr region:

  • Foresters of the “Narodytskyy lishosp” state-owned company ran into an anti-tank mine. 2 workers were killed, 6 more were injured, one is in serious condition. 5 injured were taken to the hospital
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Mykolaiv region:

  • Shelling of the city. According to preliminary information, there are destroyed houses. One person was killed.
  • Russian troops shelled the city with 9 S-300 missiles. 3 educational institutions, a hotel, a shopping center, a stadium, shops, and residential buildings were destroyed. One of the buildings of the Regional Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education was damaged. 18 city trolleybuses were damaged. 1 person was injured.
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Kherson region:

  • Shelling of civilian infrastructure in the areas of Lymany, Posad-Pokrovske, Oleksandrivka, Myrne, Blahodatne, Bila Krynytsya, Knyazivka and other settlements.
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Chernihiv region:

  • Russian troops shelled the area between the villages of Karpovychi and Mhy, 2 explosions were recorded.
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Donetsk region:

  • The Russian army shelled Hrodivka urban-type settlement and  Ivanivka village. The shells hit the playground, where children had been playing shortly before the shelling, and the wheat field. The shelling was carried out with cluster shells.
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Dnipropetrovsk region:

  • At night, the territory of the community was shelled, in the morning Zelenodolsk was shelled, there were hits in the park and the stadium of the sports school, windows in the lyceum were shattered from the explosion. In the evening the parking area was shelled again.
  • The school building was destroyed as a result of a rocket attack. According to preliminary information, the strike was carried out by a Kalibr missile.
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