In Mariupol, the invaders stole the third ship of rolled metal (video)

The director of the Mariupol port reported that the occupiers wanted to steal metal worth $170 million.

In Mariupol, the occupiers stole the third ship of rolled metal / screenshot
In Mariupol, the occupiers stole the third ship of rolled metal / screenshot

On the day of Russia, the occupiers loaded another ship with rolled metal stolen in Mariupol.

This was announced by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko.

“While the Putler Youth is waving flags around the city, Russia is celebrating in the port for real. With the next shipment of stolen metal from the port. For the third time. This is the day of Russia. The day of the murderer and marauder,” Andryushchenko wrote and added the corresponding video.

https://t.me/uniannet/59814?embed=1

As UNIAN wrote, on May 28, Andryushchenko said that a large group of Kadyrovites entered Mariupol, after the appearance of which the loading of Ukrainian rolled metal from the Mariupol port began .

The adviser noted that it was not without the help of the Kadyrovites that the invaders found Mariupol specialists to work in the port.

Andryushchenko suggested that since there was no confirmation of the unlocking of the “new gates”, the metal would be taken out of the port in small batches.

The director of the Mariupol port, Igor Barsky, reported that the occupiers wanted to steal metal worth $170 million.

On June 4, the second vessel under the Russian flag entered the water area of ​​the Mariupol port to ship rolled metal products.

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

  1. The looting of occupied Ukrainian territories are going in full swing! The locusts are devouring everything in their way! Even people are being stolen, so no wonder that this steel is also ripped off. That’s mafia land!

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