The court in Lebanon allowed the detained ship with stolen Ukrainian grain to leave the port
The court in Lebanon allowed the detained ship with stolen grain to leave the port/Crimea. Realities
A Syrian ship with stolen Ukrainian grain may leave the Lebanese port of Tripoli. The local court annulled previous court decisions that prohibited the vessel from leaving the port and unloading grain.
The fact that the Syrian vessel LAODICEA may leave the Lebanese port was reported at the Ukrainian Embassy in Lebanon,
Ukrainian diplomats were very surprised by this decision.
Ukrainian Ambassador to Lebanon Igor Ostash said that this decision came as a surprise to Ukrainian diplomats. In his opinion, this indicates that the Syrian ship was forced to “flee” after the Ukrainian embassy in Lebanon drew the attention of the world community to the facts of the export of grain from the occupied south-eastern territories of Ukraine.
We practically caught them by the hand, but, unfortunately, we were very surprised by the decision of the court this evening. This is a decision to annul all previous decisions and allow the ship to sail to Syria. This means that they simply run away. They are shamefully fleeing Lebanon,” Igor Ostash said.
Ukraine managed to prove that it was stolen grain
The Ukrainian embassy noted that the evidence collected by Ukrainian diplomats in a fairly short time indicates that Russia exports grain from the occupied Ukrainian territories through the Crimean ports. After these facts were transferred to other similar vessels, Igor Ostash noted that now it is impossible for the occupiers to hide their routes and cargo.
We managed to show the whole world that this is really stolen grain, and obviously this will be a warning to anyone else who wants to repeat this path. – said the ambassador.
Recall that recently the Ukrainian Embassy in Lebanon received permission to detain a ship moored in the port of Tripoli. It transported barley stolen in the temporarily occupied territories. The Ukrainian embassy offered Lebanon to immediately purchase this grain, but the trial vessel was simply released.