For the fourth night in a row, Russia attacked Odesa Region. At dawn, the Russians fired Kalibr missiles from a missile carrier that had been deployed to the Black Sea overnight.
They hit the grain terminals of an agricultural enterprise in Odesa Region. Some 100 tonnes of peas and 20 tonnes of barley were destroyed, Oleh Kiper, head of the regional military administration, said on Telegram.
"Two people were injured in the explosion. They sustained glass cuts and were provided with all the necessary medical care," he said.
In addition, two fire trucks were destroyed in the blast. The equipment is beyond repair but the rescuers were not injured.
The Russian army has been attacking Odesa and the region, including ports and grain storage facilities, every night since 17 July, after unilaterally withdrawing from the grain deal. On 19 July, the Russians destroyed 60,000 tonnes of grain destined for China.