Another Grain-Laden Ship Leaves Occupied Mariupol for Russia

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The collaborators of the Russian occupiers claim that about 51,000 tons of cargo were shipped from the port in January-March.

A ship loaded with 7,600 tons of grain stolen from the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories has left the seaport of occupied Mariupol for a Russian port.

The so-called “DPR Ministry of Transport” announced the departure of the ship in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

Collaborators of the Russian occupiers said that the ship was loaded with cargo from a warehouse. A video released by them shows grabs and trucks loading cargo onto the ship.

According to the statement, 50,700 tons of cargo have been shipped from the port of Mariupol since the beginning of this year.

These figures should be treated with caution because, for example, Russian collaborators reported in late March that 30,000 tons of goods were shipped through the port in the first three months of this year. At the same time, the shipment of almost 30,000 tons of grain from the occupied Ukrainian territories in January-February was announced.