Prosecutor Generalʼs Office of Ukraine asked Turkey to investigate the operation of three Russian ships that could have transported stolen grain
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine has officially asked Turkey to investigate three Russian dry cargoes that may have been carrying stolen Ukrainian grain. They sailed from the temporarily occupied Crimea and arrived at Turkish ports.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine sent a corresponding letter dated June 13, 2022, to the Ministry of Justice of Turkey. Ukraine is asking to investigate the contents of three ships: “Mikhail Nenashev,” “Matros Pozynich,” and “Matros Koshka.” According to the Prosecutor Generalʼs Office of Ukraine, these vessels are involved in the illegal export of grain from the occupied Kherson region.