Arestovich told why Russia hit the port of Odessa

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Arestovich called the reason for the strike of the Russian Federation on the port of Odessa

The adviser to the Office of the President is confident that Turkey will find a way to put Russia in its place.

Russia fired rockets at the port of Odessa out of revenge because it failed to impose its character in signing an agreement to unblock Ukrainian grain exports. This was stated by Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Alexei Arestovich in a conversation with Russian journalist and human rights activist Mark Feigin.

This is primitive revenge. They tried to impose character in the signing of the agreement - it did not work out, - Arestovich said.

He also drew attention to the fact that Russia, after Turkey called them, stated that they had nothing to do with the attack on the port in Odessa.

If they were pursuing a systemic goal, they would make a systemic statement. They would say that the Ukrainian side is violating or misinterpreting the agreement. They just said hello. "This is for you for not being able to bend you , " he said.

Arestovich believes that in the future, when transporting goods, the Russian military will not hit the ships, because, in his opinion, "the stakes are too high . " At the same time, he stressed that if this happens suddenly, the Ukrainian military will not be silent. In this case, the Turks will not stand aside either, Arestovich believes.

The Turks are great experts in such matters. They understand even the smallest gesture. We acted as a guarantor, and you didn't give a damn about us. They will find a way to put Russia in its place. Another thing is that the Russian Federation may not want to get up there. They strain relations with Turkey, which is beneficial for us. It also strains relations with the UN, which is beneficial for us. Not all ships will be Ukrainian, I'll see how they sink them. Our "Harpoons" reach very far, - said Arestovich

Recall that on the morning of July 23, the Russian military fired Kalibr missiles at the Odessa Commercial Sea Port, resulting in a fire.

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