Three foreign ships broke the sea blockade and entered Ukrainian port - Forbes
Immediately three civilian cargo ships - from Israel, Greece and Turkish-Georgian registration - overcame the Russian blockade in the Black Sea and arrived at one of the Ukrainian grain ports in the Danube Delta. This happened on July 30.
This is stated in the material Forbes. After the withdrawal from the grain agreement, the terrorist country Russia said that it would consider all ships traveling to Ukrainian ports as potential carriers of military cargo.
At least 4 NATO warplanes were patrolling over the ships: a U.S. Navy P-8 patrol plane, an Army Challenger with surface scanning radar, a U.S. Air Force RQ-4 drone and NATO's E-3 early warning aircraft.
None of the planes are normally armed, but NATO fighters, including Italian Eurofighter fighters and Romanian F-16s, were in Romania.
"Reports of three civilian ships entering Ukraine unimpeded may indicate that Russia is either unwilling or unable to conduct inspections," the Institute for the Study of War said.
All three ships turned on their radio transponders, making their location and course visible to anyone with access to the internet and websites to track the ships. The ships made no secret of their intention to arrive at the Ukrainian port.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Russia's massive missile strikes on Ukrainian port cities in just nine days led to the destruction of 180,000 tons of grain. Thus, the aggressor country continues to blackmail the whole world with hunger.