The war between Russia and Ukraine began on Dec. 98. the day entered. The first dry cargo ship has sailed from the Ukrainian city of Mariupol to Russia since the beginning of the Russian occupation. The military operation launched on the instructions of Russian President Putin is the 98th. the day entered. As Russia’s incursions into Ukraine continue, the first dry cargo ship since the start of the Russian occupation has departed from Mariupol, Ukraine, bound for Russia. Denis Pushilin, the so-called leader of the separatist Donetsk People’s Republic, said on his social media account that a dry cargo ship of the Slavutich type RM-3 carrying 2,500 tons of hot-rolled sheet metal was en route to Rostov, Russia.
It was stated that the ship was loaded and set off under the protection of Russian special forces and the Russian navy. Ukraine has repeatedly accused Russia of looting products such as grain and metal on its territory, while the Ukrainian parliament’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Liudmyla Denisova, said last Saturday that Russian troops plan to send a ship carrying 3 thousand tons of metal products from Mariupol to Rostov. Denisova also stated that about 200 thousand tons of metal and cast iron worth 170 million dollars were found in the Port of Mariupol before the Russian invasion of Ukraine.