Ukraine’s big grain exporter killed in Russian attack, had recently signed food agreement

The biggest trader of grains died in the war

Putin’s army heavily bombed Ukraine’s southern city of Mykolaiv amid the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. , Mykolaiv governor Vitaliy Kim said Sunday’s bombing killed one of Ukraine’s biggest grain producers and exporters, Oleksiy Vadatursky, and his wife Raisa.

Ukrainian President Zelensky expressed grief over the death of Oleksiy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has expressed deep sorrow over the death of Oleksiy Vadatursky. He said in one of his statements that, the death of such a big grain trader in the attack is a big loss for the entire country. In his career spanning 50 years, he had made an invaluable contribution to the development of Ukraine and the development of the country’s agricultural and shipbuilding industries. Grain exporter Oleksiy Vadatursky’s company Nibulon is headquartered in Mykolaiv. Oleksiy Vadatursky’s company Nibulon is a leader in the production and export of wheat, barley and maize in Ukraine.

Russia intensifies attacks
The Nibulon Company exports grain from its ships and shipyards. Zelensky called the death of Oleksiy Vadatursky a great loss for Ukraine. At the same time, in the midst of the war, the President of Ukraine has issued an order to evacuate the eastern Donsk region.

large buildings collapsed
At the same time, the Mayor of Mykolaiv, Oleksandr Senkevich, said that as Russian attacks in the area intensified, bomb blasts destroyed the house of Oleksiy Vadatursky. He further told about the war that the windows, strong walls of the houses have been destroyed and ruined in the Russian attack. He said that probably Russia has a tremendous attack on this city.

UN warned
Let us tell you that Russia has captured many important cities of Ukraine. Lakhs of people have fled and thousands have been killed so far. At the same time, the United Nations has earlier made the world aware of the food crisis arising due to this war. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned that if the war is not stopped, countries that depend on Ukraine for food will face a serious food crisis.

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