A Russian ship brought stolen Ukrainian grain to Syria - CNN
The dry cargo ship Matros Pozynych arrived in Latakia on May 27
What happened. A Russian dry cargo ship has arrived in the Syrian port of Latakia with stolen Ukrainian grain.
Source. This was reported by CNN with reference to satellite images from Maxar Technologies.
Details. It is noted that the new images provided by Maxar Technologies show the dry cargo ship "Matros Pozynych" in Latakia (Syria) on May 27.
CNN notes that this is the second delivery in four weeks.
Sailor Pozynych is one of three ships that have been carrying grain in the Crimean port of Sevastopol since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. He was last seen in Sevastopol on May 19, and then traced his passage across the Bosphorus and south along the Turkish coast. It is estimated that the ship can carry about 30,000 tons of grain.
Background. We will remind, the Russian occupiers started to export grain and metal from Mariupol, using the Mariupol sea trade port.