Another Russian ship with stolen Ukrainian grain leaves Mariupol

Another Russian ship with stolen Ukrainian grain leaves Mariupol

Another Russian ship carrying 2,000 tonnes of stolen Ukrainian grain has left the port of temporarily occupied Mariupol for Rostov-on-Don.

Petro Andriushchenko, an adviser to the Mariupol mayor, published relevant photos from the port on the Telegram messaging app, according to Ukrinform.

"Another 2,000 tonnes have been stolen by sea. Yesterday, another ship of the RM3 class [river-sea class], the Mezhdurechensk, left the port of Mariupol. Again carrying grain. This time again bound for Rostov-on-Don. Russia is expectedly filling its part of the 'grain deal' with our grain," Andriushchenko wrote.

Earlier, on May 20, he wrote that an RM3-class vessel carrying concrete fortifications for dugouts, which Russian propaganda calls "building materials," entered the port of Mariupol again. The ship's home port is Sevastopol.

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