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The occupants smuggle dozens more tons of Ukrainian grain through Mariupol, selling it to Turkey

The occupants steal Ukrainian grain

The Russian invaders continue to steal Ukrainian grain from the temporarily occupied cities. Recently, the enemy smuggled over 80 thousand tons of grain through Mariupol.

It was a new batch of grain harvest. This was reported by the National Resistance Center.

According to the Center, since the beginning of this year, Russian terrorists have organized more than 15 such "transfers" from the temporarily occupied territories. In particular, the invaders use the port in Mariupol for their illegal actions.

The theft of Ukrainian bread from the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine is being carried out under the guidance of Russian military officials and local collaborators.

Recently, Cyber Resistance activists gained access to the mail of Zakhary Dzhioev, deputy head of the Federal Agency for Sea and Inland Water Transport (Rosmorrechflot), who is in charge of exporting stolen Ukrainian grain.

The National Resistance Center urges people to provide information about such criminals so that they can be brought to justice.

Subsequently, the advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andriushchenko, said that the Russian occupiers had sent Ukrainian grain to Turkey. Moreover, the invaders themselves do not hide the fact that they did so "under the control of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision (Rosselkhoznadzor)".

Andriushchenko emphasized that this information should be the basis for raising questions to official Istanbul about the violation of international norms.

"Turkey is an accomplice of loot maniacs? I think Mr. Erdogan is not ready for questions. Nor is he ready to answer them. But according to previous experience, this may complicate the passage of Russian grain through the Bosphorus," Andriushchenko wrote.

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