By Pavel Polityuk and Max Hunder KYIV (Reuters) -Russia on Monday brushed apart Western and Ukrainian alarm {that a} missile strike by its forces on Ukraine's port of Odesa might derail a U.N.-brokered deal aimed toward easing international meals shortages by resuming grain exports from the Black Sea area. The Kremlin stated Saturday's strike - denounced by Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy as "barbarism" - had solely focused army infrastructure and wouldn't influence the grain export preparations within the deal reached on Friday in Istanbul. A world wheat scarcity and hovering European vitality costs ar...

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