Russia exports Ukrainian grain through Crimea to Turkey
According to the “Skhemy” investigation, Russian invaders export Ukrainian grain from Crimea to Turkish ports.
Satellite images published by investigators prove that Russia systematically exports Ukrainian grain to Turkey through Crimea. Russian and Syrian bulk carriers regularly entered the port of occupied Sevastopol, where they were loaded with grain through the “Avlita” terminal and then went to Turkish ports and unloaded there.
These processes cannot be tracked through the monitoring systems of Marine Traffic or Equasis ships because the Russians turned off the radars when they entered the Crimean port. However, there are pictures from a space satellite showing the stay and loading of ships at the Avlita terminal in Sevastopol.