Russians Have Exported Over 70,000 Tons of Grain Through Port of Mariupol Since Beginning of 2024

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So far in May, one ship has been loaded with stolen agricultural products.

At least 72,000 tons of grain stolen from the Ukrainian territories occupied by Russia were exported through the Mariupol seaport from the beginning of 2024 to May 20.

Representatives of the occupation administration in the temporarily occupied territories of the Donetsk region disseminated the relevant information, the CFTS portal reports.

In particular, a Russian proxy has published a video showing grain being loaded onto the Mezhdurechensk ship, which has been repeatedly observed transporting stolen grain from Mariupol to Russian ports.

Comments under the video stated that over 72,200 tons of agricultural products have been exported through the port of Mariupol since the beginning of 2024.

In recent months, the Russian occupiers have been exporting grain in shiploads of 7,600 tons. It was reported earlier that such a ship was loaded at the end of April. Therefore, it can be assumed that another cargo has been shipped from Mariupol on board the Mezhdurechensk since then.