The Ambassador of Ukraine to Lebanon published evidence that the Russian Federation is stealing Ukrainian food
Igor Ostash, Ambassador of Ukraine to Lebanon, published a photo of bags with stolen flour from Berdyansk.
The ambassador posted the photo on Facebook.
We received unconditional evidence that the flour carried by Laodicea was not from Russia, but from the occupied Crimea,” the ambassador said.
In confirmation, he published two photographs - with the labeling of the bags, on which the manufacturer of the products directly indicates the elevator in Krasnogvardeyskoye in the temporarily occupied Crimea, and with the tracking of the transportation of wheat from the occupied Berdyansk to Krasnogvardeyskoye.
Also, the ambassador published the tracking of the flour delivery route from Berdyansk to Crimea.
Earlier, Igor Ostash reported that on July 28, a vessel flying the Syrian flag entered the port of Tripoli, loaded with Ukrainian barley from the occupied territory. On July 30, the Lebanese prosecutor's office detained the Laodicea ship for 72 hours, and arrested it the next day.
On August 3, a court in Lebanon annulled earlier decisions that had prohibited the bulk carrier Laodicea from leaving the port of Tripoli and unloading.
We practically caught them by the hand, but, unfortunately, the decision of the court today in the evening surprised us very much,” the ambassador writes.
The court annulled all previous decisions and allowed the ship to sail for Syria.