Russian plunderers have taken the third shipload of stolen Ukrainian metal products out of the temporarily occupied port of Mariupol.
Petro Andriuschenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, announced this on 12 June, the CFTS portal reports.
"Russia is really celebrating in the port. Another shipment of stolen metal from the port. For the third time," Andriuschenko wrote in his Telegram channel, attaching the relevant video.
The Metinvest group, which used to transport its metal products through the port of Mariupol, recently said that the Russian occupiers could move steel products produced at the group’s Azovstal and Illich iron and steel plants from Mariupol to the ports of Rostov, Taganrog, Novorossiysk, Tuapse, and occupied Sevastopol. According to Metinvest, the stolen products could later be sold illegally to the African and Asian countries that do not support the sanctions policy against Russia.