Maxar Technologies satellite imagery shows Russian ships loading Ukrainian grain in occupied Crimea Few grains are grown in Crimea, unlike the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, partially captured by Russia, so the grain is most likely from the mainland of Ukraine. The photographs show two bulk carriers flying the Russian flag, which is moored in Sevastopol next to the granary. In the images, dated May 19 and 21, grain is being poured onto Russian bulk carriers. According to the MarineTraffic ship tracking service, both ships have already left the port: Matros Pozinich is sailing through the Aegean Sea, supposedly heading for Beirut, and Matros Koshka is still in the Black Sea.
Source: Ukraine NOW News