Syrian ship with stolen Ukrainian barley entered Lebanese port

On July 27, a Syrian ship entered the Lebanese port of Tripoli, loaded in Feodosia with barley, exported from the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine.

According to Ukrinform, about this in Facebook reports the Embassy of Ukraine in Lebanon.

It is noted that on July 28, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Lebanon, Igor Ostash, met with the President of this country, Michel Aoun.

During the meeting, issues of Ukrainian wheat supplies to the Lebanese market were discussed. It was emphasized that, despite military actions by the Russian aggressor, our country remains a reliable partner Lebanon and will ensure its food security.

“The Ambassador drew the attention of the President to the fact that on July 27 a Syrian vessel entered the seaport of Tripoli, loaded in the port of Feodosia with barley exported from the occupied territories. A request was made to take measures to clarify the circumstances of his stay in Lebanese territorial waters. It was also emphasized that this fact could harm bilateral relations.

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The Ukrainian ambassador also briefed the Lebanese president on the military situation in southern and eastern Ukraine, the embassy added.

As reported, according to intelligence, Russia failed to sell in Lebanon stolen Ukrainian grain: the ships carrying it were unloaded in Syria.

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