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New Cargill CEO on role in global food chain: 'Food can't be weaponized'

Hastings Tribune 03 Feb 2023
In July, via negotiations led by Turkey and the United Nations, Russia and Ukraine agreed to establish the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which opened up relatively safe shipping lanes out of vital Ukrainian ports. The first container ship left Odessa on Aug ... port near the coast.
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Ukraine should—and, properly supported, can—seize Crimea, argues Ben Hodges

Economist 29 Jan 2023
That is because the Russians are able to interfere with activity in all of Ukraine’s ports from Crimea, disrupt shipping from places such as Odessa and block access to the Sea of Azov ... It is home to the Black Sea Fleet, a launchpad for drones and other weapons, a logistics hub and a trading port for Russian merchant shipping ... So let’s get going ... .
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Greece welcomes inclusion of Odessa's historic city centre in World Heritage List

Greek City Times 27 Jan 2023
"Today Odessa got UNESCO protection," he said on Twitter ... In 1795, after the Russians captured the region from the Turks, a new port was constructed and named Odessa, inspired by the ancient Greek colony of Odessos, the site of which was believed to be in the vicinity.
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“I can’t be anyone else – only Ukrainian”

The Eastern Herald 27 Jan 2023
They go back in time – to the world of pre-war Odessa, ...
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Ukraine Comes Under Russian Missile Onslaught After Securing Tanks From Allies

Hamodia 27 Jan 2023
Ukraine’s army command said its forces had repelled Russian attacks in various places over the previous 24 hours and struck command and control points, a troop concentration, two artillery concentration areas and an ammunition depot ... In Odessa, the Black Sea port designated a “World Heritage in Danger” site on Wednesday by the U.N.
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The Inside Story-Flashpoint: Ukraine TRANSCRIPT

Voa News 27 Jan 2023
TRANSCRIPT. ... Ukraine ... We have been in contact with Ukrenergo (Ukraine National Power Company) since August last year and with the Odessa governorate as well ... So, totaling 300 megawatts in various ports in Odesa, and a 100 megawatt could power the Odesa port and its related facilities. The others could power the related residential areas around Odessa.
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Ukraine’s Odessa wins UNESCO heritage status

Manila Standard 26 Jan 2023
UNESCO added the historic center of Ukraine’s port city Odessa, often described as “the pearl of the Black Sea,” to its World Heritage List on Wednesday, overcoming opposition from Russia ... “The continuous development of Odessa as a port city dates back to the 15th century,” they said, adding that it was known as Hadzhybei.
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Ukraine’s Odesa Put on UNESCO Heritage in Danger List

Hamodia 26 Jan 2023
... Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites ... On its website, UNESCO describes Odessa as the only city in Ukraine that has entirely preserved the urban structure of a multinational southern port town typical of the late 18th-19th centuries.
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Major wave of airstrikes reported in Ukraine

Russia Today 26 Jan 2023
Air-raid warnings have been activated all over the country ... “A blast in Kiev. Stay in shelters,” Mayor Vitaly Klitschko wrote on Telegram ... Reports of explosions also came from the Black Sea port of Odessa, where at least two electrical substations were said to have been hit ... Read more Russia blames Ukraine for deadly Dnepr missile blast ... .
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Barrage of rush-hour missiles hits Ukraine

Hong Kong Standard 26 Jan 2023
Moscow reacted with fury to the German and American announcements, and has in the past responded with air strikes that have left millions without light, heat or water ... The Standard Channel. IOS Android. IOS Android ... In Odessa, the Black Sea port designated a "World Heritage in Danger" by UNESCO, the Russian missiles damaged energy infrastructure ... .
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Ukraine's Odessa wins UNESCO status despite Russia opposition

Urdu Point 25 Jan 2023
Paris, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 25th Jan, 2023 ) .UNESCO on Wednesday added the historic centre of Ukraine's port city of Odessa, often described as "the pearl of the Black Sea", to its World Heritage List, overcoming opposition from Russia.
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UNESCO lists Odessa historical centre as world heritage site

Urdu Point 25 Jan 2023
UNESCO on Wednesday added the historic centre of Ukraine's port city of Odessa, often described as "the pearl of the Black Sea", to its World Heritage List despite opposition from Russia.
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UNESCO lists Odessa historical centre as world heritage siteThe site was also added to the ...

Deccan Herald 25 Jan 2023
UNESCO on Wednesday added the historic centre of Ukraine's port city of Odessa, often described as "the pearl of the Black Sea", to its World Heritage List despite opposition from Russia ... Odessa blossomed after Russian Empress Catherine the Great decreed in the late 18th century that it would be the country's modern maritime gateway ... Sign Up ... YouTube.
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Ukraine's Odesa city put on UNESCO heritage in danger list

Times Union 25 Jan 2023
... Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites ... On its website, UNESCO describes Odessa as the only city in Ukraine that has entirely preserved the urban structure of a multinational southern port town typical of the late 18th-19th centuries.
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Ukraine’s Odesa city put on UNESCO heritage in danger list

Metro USA 25 Jan 2023
... Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites ... On its website, UNESCO describes Odessa as the only city in Ukraine that has entirely preserved the urban structure of a multinational southern port town typical of the late 18th-19th centuries.

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