The occupiers organized the so-called “zones of simplified customs control”.
In the Luhansk region, 70 cars are waiting in line to ship stolen grain to Starobilsk and Svatovo.
About it in his Telegram Serhii Gaidai, the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, reports.
According to him, the occupiers organized so-called “simplified customs control zones” in these cities. From there, the grain is shipped to wagons and taken to Russia.
As Gaidai noted, even with special railway transport, the occupation authorities have problems, so trains are sent to the border once every two days.
“At first, they arranged the export of grain through the elevator in Starobilsk. And recently they also started shipping from Svatovoy. There are 60-70 cars in the queue, because there are only 10 wagons equipped for the export of grain to the enemy,” said the head of the OVVA.
The occupiers took 200,000 tons of new crop grain from Luhansk Oblast to Russia.
On July 22, 2022, an agreement was signed in Istanbul on the unblocking of Ukrainian ports “Odesa”, “Chornomorsk” and “Pivdenny” for the export of grain and other agricultural products. Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov and Minister of Defense of Russia Serhiy Shoigu signed separate identical agreements with the UN and Turkey.
On August 1, as part of the implementation of the agreements, the first ship – RAZONI – under the flag of Sierra Leone, left Odesa port. The ship was transporting 26,000 tons of Ukrainian corn to the Lebanese port of Tripoli.
On August 5, the first caravan of ships with Ukrainian grain left the ports of Great Odesa. Three bulk carriers NAVI STAR, ROJEN and POLARNET carry 57,000 tons of Ukrainian corn bound for Turkey, Great Britain and Ireland.
On August 9, two more ships with 70,000 tons of food left the port of Chornomorsk.
As of August 11, a total of about 375,000 tons of grain was exported from Ukraine through the humanitarian Sea Corridors.
On August 12, 2022, two ships with grain left the ports of Ukraine.
On August 12, a ship loaded with grain for Africa also arrived at the Yuzhny port.
As of August 13, 16 ships with Ukrainian agricultural products were sent along the grain corridor.
On August 17, a record-breaking caravan of five vessels left Ukraine along the grain corridor.
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