Russia uses money for stolen grain to finance war – AP

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RF uses money for stolen grain to finance war - AR

Russia stole Ukrainian grain worth $530 million. In particular, the Russians stole grain in Melitopol and loaded it in the ports of Feodosia and Sevastopol.

Russia has taken dozens of ships with stolen grain from the occupied regions of Ukraine, and finances military operations with the proceeds from the sale. AP writes about this.

Using satellite images and maritime communication data, journalists found out that 30 ships were transporting grain from the occupied regions of Ukraine to ports in Turkey, Syria, Lebanon and other countries. Public documents, social media posts, and farmers' comments were also analyzed to obtain information.

Russia is reported to have stolen $530 million worth of Ukrainian grain. In particular, the Russians stole grain in Melitopol and loaded it in the ports of Feodosia and Sevastopol.

Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov confirmed that the occupiers are moving huge amounts of grain from the region by trains and trucks to ports in Russia and Crimea.

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Let's remind, law enforcement officers informed a citizen of Ukraine and two citizens of the Russian Federation of suspicion in organizing the supply of stolen Ukrainian crops to Russia.