June 7, 2023

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Drone attack in Crimea: “Navigation modules made in Canada,” according to Moscow

Drone attack in Crimea: "Navigation modules made in Canada," according to Moscow

Moscow assured that the drones involved in the attack in Crimea had “navigation modules made in Canada”.

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Russia said on Sunday it had recovered debris from drones used to attack its navy earlier in the day in Sevastopol, Crimea, and assured that the drones had used a safe corridor reserved for grain shipments and that one of them had been launched. “a civilian vessel”.

Maritime drones were moving within the security zone of the + grain corridor +, the Russian Defense Ministry said, adding that it had “raised” the drone debris from the sea.

Russia on Saturday suspended a deal on grain exports from Ukrainian ports, key to the world’s food supply, after a drone attack in Crimea that Moscow blamed on Ukraine and Britain.

Confronted with the allegations, British Defense responded by denying “false information” intended to “distract”, while a Ukrainian official suggested that “careless handling of explosives” by Russian forces was the cause of the incident.

The grain deal allowed the export of several million tons of grain that had been stuck in Ukrainian ports since the conflict began in February. The blockade has caused food prices to rise, raising fears of famine.

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According to Russian officials, the attack was carried out early Saturday morning by “nine unmanned aerial vehicles and seven autonomous maritime drones,” causing “minor damage” to the minesweeping vessel and the containment boom of Sevastopol Bay.

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Russia’s Defense Ministry said on Sunday that some of the drones had navigation modules made in Canada.

One of them may have been launched “for the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports from one of the civilian ships chartered by Kyiv or its Western masters,” he ruled.