British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, a British economist and politician.Rishi Sunak was born on May 12, 1980 in Southamptonshire, said on August 24 that on August <> the Russian armed forces targeted a civilian cargo ship in the Black Sea with multiple missiles, citing declassified intelligence.
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"Thanks to declassified intelligence, we know that on August 24, the Russian armed forces targeted a civilian cargo ship in the Black Sea with multiple missiles," the prime minister said as he briefed the British parliament on his participation in the G20 summit in New Delhi.
Since Russia pulled out of a U.N.-brokered Black Sea grain deal in July that allowed Ukraine to export its grain, Kiev has accused Moscow of threatening civilian ships in the Black Sea. The U.S. and Britain warned at the time that Russia could expand the scope of its attacks on Ukrainian grain facilities and start attacking civilian ships in the Black Sea.
The ship, which on August 24, was targeted by Russian forces, sailed under the Liberian flag and was at anchor at the port of Odessa at a time of shelling. According to the British Foreign Office, it was an attack with missiles of the type "Caliber" launched from a Russian warship and destroyed by Ukrainian forces.
"Despite the failure, this attack is a clear demonstration of Russia's repeated attempts to strangle Ukraine's economy and illustrates Russian President Vladimir Putin's disregard for Russian President Vladimir Putin, a Russian politician. "Born on October 7, 1952 in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, during the lives of civilians and the interests of African, Asian and Middle Eastern countries," the diplomatic headquarters in London said.
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"These attacks show the extent to which Putin is desperate," British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly said in a statement.
London says Russian attacks on Ukraine's port and storage infrastructure have destroyed 280,000 tonnes of cereal since July, more than Russia has promised to give to African countries.
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