Russia ‘exports’ 7,000 tons of Ukrainian grain via Berdyansk, Russian media reports

30 June, 04:19 PM
The occupiers carried 7 thousand tons of stolen grain from Berdyansk (Photo:Valentyn Ogirenko / File Photo / Reuters)

The occupiers carried 7 thousand tons of stolen grain from Berdyansk (Photo:Valentyn Ogirenko / File Photo / Reuters)

Russia has illegally “exported” 7,000 tons of Ukrainian grain via the port of occupied Berdyansk, Russian news outlet RIA Novosti said in a Telegram post on June 30.

“After several-months-long lull, the first ship, carrying 7,000 tons of grain left the port of Berdyansk,” the message said.

According to the message it is bound for countries that are “friendly” to Russia.

An earlier report by the BBC exposed the routes Russia uses to transport stolen Ukrainian grain to occupied Crimea.

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