Russian Black Sea Fleet was attacked by "people of good will", Kuleba

3 November 2022, 06:40 PM
Dmytro Kuleba (Photo:Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Dmytro Kuleba (Photo:Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Russia’s Black Sea Fleet base in the occupied Crimean port of Sevastopol was attacked by "people of good will", Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba said in an interview with Spain news agency Cadena SER on Nov. 2.

He stated Ukraine has never used "the grain route" to attack Russian warships.

"Ukraine has never used this green corridor for military purposes, always being a reliable food supplier to the global market because we really care about people, unlike Russia," the Ukrainian minister said in the interview.

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Answering the question, if it wasn't Ukraine, then who was behind the attack on Russian warships at Sevastopol Bay, Kuleba said "people of good will.

A number of attacked the Russian Black Sea Fleet at its base in Sevastopol on Oct. 29. The Kremlin accused Ukraine and the U.K. of the attack.

Open source investigative collective GeoConfirmed analyzed photos and videos from the attack and concluded that at least three ships were struck, including the Black Sea Fleet flagship Admiral Makarov.

There is still no official confirmation of the damage caused to the Russian fleet.

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