Ukrainian Grain and Steel Being Loaded Onto 2 Russian Ships in Berdiansk Port

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Two Russian commercial ships have entered the port in the temporarily occupied Berdiansk, where stolen Ukrainian grain is being loaded into one of the ships and steel onto the other.

The Berdiansk City Military Administration announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.

“Two Russian ships have entered the port of Berdiansk. The occupiers continue to plunder our lands,” the statement said.

As reported earlier, residents of Russian-occupied Berdiansk recorded the movement of two Russian commercial ships that were probably loaded with stolen Ukrainian grain in the port of Berdiansk from 18 to 22 April.

The CFTS portal reported on 17 April that stolen Ukrainian corn was being loaded onto a Russian ship in the port of Berdiansk.

A month earlier, the Ukrainian military reported that the Russian occupiers had exported a cargo of wheat through the port.