3 Ships Carrying Ukrainian Grain to Russia Through Mariupol Port Identified

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Journalists have identified in Russian propaganda videos at least three dry-cargo ships loading Ukrainian grain in the port of occupied Mariupol.

This is stated in materials published by the publication Bihus.Info, the CFTS portal reports.

Russian propaganda videos from the occupied port of Mariupol have repeatedly shown the loading of grain onto several Russian ships. Among them are the ships STK-1003 and STK-1016 of the Remote Marine Terminal company (St. Petersburg) and the motor vessel Mezhdurechensk of the Reka-More Management Company (Rostov), which Russian businessman Gennady Arustamov, a former tugboat captain, owns.

Data from vessel tracking services confirm these ships were in the occupied Ukrainian port and they sailed to the ports of Rostov-on-Don, Azov, Kavkaz, and Yeysk.

The Russian state-owned construction company Roskapstroy manages this fleet in Mariupol.

As the CFTS portal reported, another ship carrying 7,600 tons of grain left the port of Mariupol for a Russian port the day before. In general, the Russian occupiers claim to have shipped over 50,000 tons of grain from Mariupol since the beginning of 2024.