Russians tried to sell the stolen Ukrainian grain to Egypt

The Russian ship loaded 27,000 tons of grain in the temporarily occupied Crimea (the south of Ukraine) and tried to sell it to Egypt, but after the refusal changed direction to Lebanon and Syria.

Source: Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesman Oleh Nikolenko

The ship “Matros Pozynych”, which is part of the sanctioned “United Shipbuilding Corporation”, loaded 27 thousand tons of stolen grain in the occupied Crimea and headed to the Egyptian port of Alexandria.

The Foreign Ministry spokesman stressed that Ukrainian diplomats prevented Russia from delivering the grain to Alexandria.

“The Russian side has sent a ship with stolen Ukrainian grain to Lebanon and Syria. The Foreign Ministry has already appealed to the Lebanese and Syrian authorities to arrest the stolen cargo if a Russian dry cargo enters their ports.”

See also: 4.5 million tons of grain are blocked in Ukrainian ports, – Representative of the UN World Food Program

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