ILLUSTRATIVE PHOTO, PIXABAY
A large convoy of grain trucks was recorded on the Feodosia bypass road after the attack on the port of Feodosia.
Details: A column of trucks has been formed in the direction of Kerch.
Through the seaport of Feodosia, Russia shipped grain shipments, in particular to bulk carriers flying foreign flags.
According to investigative journalists, Russia exported grain from the occupied Ukrainian territories through the port of Feodosia.
Russian authorities publicly confirmed that they were exporting Ukrainian grain from the occupied territories to the annexed Crimean Peninsula. The Russian head of Crimea, Sergei Aksenov (according to documents – Aksenov) admitted that Russia was selling Ukrainian grain. However, he later stated that Crimean ports do not load grain for direct deliveries abroad.
- At about 3 a.m. on December 26, explosions occurred in the Feodosia region of occupied Crimea. It was reported that a ship allegedly carrying Iranian ammunition was blown up and a fire broke out in the port.
- Air Force Commander Lieutenant General Nikolai Oleshchuk confirmed that Ukrainian defenders blew up the Russian large landing ship Novocherkassk in occupied Feodosia.
- Later it became known that the Novocherkassk landing craft was destroyed by cruise missiles from tactical aviation of the Air Force.
- The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that the Novocherkassk landing craft was damaged in Feodosia that night “while repelling an attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces using aircraft guided missiles.”
- According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, “during the anti-aircraft battle, two Ukrainian Su-24s that were launching missiles were destroyed by air defense systems.” The Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces denied this.