Another ship loaded with grain stolen from Ukrainian farmers has left the port of temporarily occupied Mariupol.
Petro Andriuschenko, an aide to the mayor of Mariupol, announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
"Another 1,500 tons of Ukrainian grain left the port of Mariupol today. The ship is now on its way to the channel. Of course, it is again without identifiers," he said.
According to Andriuschenko, ship traffic out of the port has accelerated to about one every three days.
"Although all of them are low-capacity cargo ships, the trend is not good. According to our information, all the ships belong to RosKapStroy, which is de facto controlled by the Russian Defense Ministry," he said.