The occupation authorities of Mariupol resumed power supply in the port to take out the stolen grain

17:54 25 July Kyiv, Ukraine

The Russians have restored electricity to the port of Mariupol to use it to transport grain stolen from Ukrainian farmers.

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

According to him, preparations are underway for transshipment of grain. On Sunday, according to him, the first grain carriers moving towards the port were recorded in the city.

Grain trucks entered the city from the direction of Donetsk, he said.

In early July, the occupiers in Mariupol also launched a towing crane to clean the dry canal and port waters in order to take out stolen Ukrainian grain and metal by ships.