Another batch of stolen Ukrainian grain exported from port of Mariupol


From the port of Mariupol, Russian invaders have exported another batch of stolen Ukrainian grain to Rostov-on-Don.

Petro Andriushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, reported this on Telegram and published a maritime map of the Russian ship ‘Mezhdurechensk’, according to Ukrinform.

“Another batch of stolen grain left the port of Mariupol yesterday. Again – Mezhdurechensk. It’s not even hiding after identification anymore. So. Yesterday it left, today it is in Rostov-on-Don. Less than a day, but more than a daylight hour. Probably due to weather conditions – a storm warning,” Andriushchenko wrote.

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He noted that the Mariupol-Rostov-on-Don sea grain line is currently operating only for the export of grain from the Donetsk region under the control of the FSB influence group, mediated by Pushilin (the leader of the ‘DPR’ – ed.). “Perhaps this is why there are no other carriers. Maybe because of the lack of capacity. It will become clear later,” added the mayor’s advisor.

As reported, Russians continued to steal Ukrainian grain by sea. At the end of June, the Russian ship Mezhdurechensk called at the port of Mariupol, brought concrete reinforcements for fortifications and loaded it with grain.

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In Mariupol, Russia’s aggression has caused one of the largest humanitarian disasters. The city is almost 90% destroyed as a result of enemy shelling.

The enemy is turning the city and surrounding villages into a military and logistics hub.

Source: Another batch of stolen Ukrainian grain exported from port of Mariupol

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