Trucks with Ukrainian license plates spotted near Kerch (photo)

The column consisted of four cars, each of which was attached to a trailer.

Occupants take out stolen Ukrainian grain \ photo krymr.org
Occupants take out stolen Ukrainian grain \ photo krymr.org

In the Russian-annexed Crimea, on the Tavrida highway at the entrance to the city of Kerch, a convoy of trucks with Ukrainian license plates was noticed.

It is reported by Radio Liberty . The column consisted of four cars, each of which was attached to a trailer. The bodies of cars and trailers were covered with awnings. License plates of the VT series correspond to the Kherson region.

The publication noted that earlier in the annexed Crimea, trucks filled with grain with Ukrainian numbers were noticed. Along the Dzhankoy-Simferopol highway, caravans of trucks converted for the transportation of grain crops, 5-10 cars in a convoy, moved in both directions. Some trucks were parked on the side of the road because of a breakdown, or near roadside cafes.

The publication noted that two small river-sea bulk carriers were found in the Sevastopol Bay, which were under loading near the grain terminal.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that as of May 21,  Russia blocked 22 million tons of grain in Ukrainian ports, gradually stealing it, exporting it and selling it to other countries.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. They may be able to steal Ukrainian grain and other items, but I’m wondering how Russia expects this to continue. No patriotic Ukrainian farmers will want to do ANYTHING for Russia, especially not in the near term, and the winter conditions will be looming over their efforts in about 6 months. This shortsightedness about the conditions coming in the future is like a resurgence of communist idiocy, and soon Russia WILL pay the price for their thefts, as they continue feeling the effects of isolation next winter.

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