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Missile hit Turkish-owned ship in Ukraine's Kherson port

 A Turkish-owned general cargo ship was struck by a missile in the port of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson, sparking a fire, according to video footage from the scene and shipping sources.

Sudden Surge In Russian Navy Ships And Submarines In Black Sea

This morning Russian Navy ships and submarines left their base at Novorossiysk, in the Black Sea, en-masse. This is highly unusual and may indicate ongoing operations.   Sources seen by Naval News..

Reconstructing the postwar Black Sea region

The importance of the Black Sea region was made obvious by the invasion of Ukraine, and the area will likely play an important role in postwar reconstruction.

U.N. Secretary General says Black Sea grain deal extended

A deal aimed at easing global food shortages by facilitating Ukraine's agricultural exports from its southern Black Sea ports was extended for 120 days on Thursday.

Europe's militaries have been working together for years to keep an eye on what Russia is up to at sea

At the end of September, the Nord Stream 1 and 2 natural gas pipelines connecting Russia to Germany were damaged in an apparent act of sabotage, with some officials blaming Russia.

NATO deactivates more mines in Black Sea

The NATO Shipping Centre (NSC) informed that drifting mines have been detected and deactivated in the Western Black Sea by coastal nation’s authorities.

NATO forces destroy seven mines adrift in Black Sea

Shipping had been warned of risk of floating mines from the Ukraine-Russia war, with vital grain shipments also possibly threatened.

Russia's new naval doctrine calls US, NATO main sources of threat to national sea security

The United States' pursuit of global maritime dominance and the growth in NATO activity are the main threat to Russia's national maritime security (/topic/maritime-security), according to the new..

Bridge Watch: Black Sea Grain Initiative & Maritime Security

In this episode of Bridge Watch with Dryad Global CEO Corey Ranslem, he talks about the recent agreement signed between Russia, Ukraine and Turkey to have a transit corridor in the Black Sea through..

Metis Insights: Black Sea Grain Initiative Analysis

On 22nd July 2022, Ukraine and Russia signed agreements with Turkiye to facilitate the export of grain, foodstuffs, and fertilisers from Ukraine.