Previously, the occupiers used the seaport mostly for shipping stolen metal products.
The Russians plan to begin transshipping stolen grain and sunflower seeds through the port in May.
A river/sea vessel from Rostov-on-Don entered the port.
Russia will also use it as a military logistics hub.
Russia also plans to add the navigable section of the waterways in the Kherson region to the List of Russian inland waterways.
The occupiers plan to demolish some of the buildings around the station and expand its area.
The first Ada-class corvette, the flagship of the future Ukrainian Navy’s fleet, was recently launched in Istanbul.
They are also delivering dual-purpose cargo.
The first grain carriers traveling towards the port have already been seen in the city.
One of the vessels belongs to a shipping company based in the EU.
The stolen metal products could be used to meet the occupiers' needs or sold.
These countries do not support the sanctions policy against Russia.
A technical structure holding back tens of thousands of tons of concentrated hydrogen sulfide solution could be damaged.
Kryklyi discusses concession and privatization projects in seaports.
The USPA, the Mariupol Commercial Seaport, COFCO Agri Ukraine, and LLC CTT have signed a memorandum of cooperation in the Mariupol seaport.
The new train is made up of overhauled and modernized railcars.
Proposals by the MIG group will be presented to a broad range of investors at the end of October.
The Sborschik-335 motor vessel will be sent for dockside repairs.
It has already built 26.9 kilometers of tracks and plans to build 7 kilometers more.