Another Ship Loaded With Stolen Grain in Occupied Mariupol

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This time, the occupiers and their collaborators shipped about 5,000 tons of grain.

Another cargo of grain stolen from the Ukrainian territories temporarily occupied by Russia has been shipped from the port of Mariupol.

Representatives of the occupation administration in the Donetsk region announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

The cargo of 4,900 tons of grain was loaded from the port warehouse, using the “truck-to-ship” method. The collaborators of the occupiers claim that they have shipped 85,000 tons of various types of cargo since the beginning of 2024.

Considering that the occupiers reported they had shipped about 72,000 tons of grain through the port of Mariupol as of May, the latest shipment of 4,900 tons shows that only two ships have been processed in the port since the beginning of June.