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Russian bulk carriers are loaded with stolen Ukrainian grain



New satellite images from “Maxar Technologies” have recorded the process of loading grain stolen in Ukraine onto russian ships in the occupied Sevastopol.

The pictures show the ships "Matros Pozinich" and "Matros Koshka". They are moored next to what looks like a grain silo. You can also see how grain is poured from the tape into the open holds of ships.

According to ship tracking website, both ships left the port. "Matros Pozinich" is sailing across the Aegean Sea and heading to the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, while "Matros Koshka" is still in the Black Sea.

It is assumed that the grain was stolen in the occupied areas of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions.

Source: CNN



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