From the Beginning of 2023 About 12 Ships With Stolen Cargo Left the Port of Mariupol

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Ships of the “river-sea” class with a maximum load of 5,000 tons enter the port.

About 12 ships with stolen cargo left the port of Mariupol in 9 months of 2023.

This was reported by Petro Andryushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.

“Russian propaganda reports that since the beginning of the year, the cargo flow of the port amounted to 85,000 tons. It sounds large-scale, if you don’t start counting,” he noted.

Andryushchenko emphasized that the only class of vessels entering the port is “river-sea” with a maximum load of 5,000 tons.

“Actually, the average load is 3.5 thousand tons. We count 85 thousand tons/3.5 thousand tons – this is equal to 24 ships. Taking into account that the cargo flow includes the flight to and from the port, then 12 ships come out,” he added adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.

That is, in 9 months of 2023, 12 ships passed through the port.

“12 ships do not lead to a big port victory. That is why the Russians are trying to hide all the statistics on Mariupol as much as possible,” he concluded.