Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey Vasyl Bodnar said that Turkey is one of those countries that buy Ukrainian grain stolen by Russia.
He told journalists on June 3, reports Reuters.

Bodnar said he appealed to the Turkish authorities and Interpol to investigate who was involved in the supply of stolen grain by transit through Turkish waters.

The Turkish authorities have not yet responded to such a statement by the Ambassador.

On the eve of the Embassy of Ukraine in Beirut reported that Russia has exported to Syria about 100 thousand tons of stolen wheat. According to diplomats, one cargo was on the ship “Matros Posinich,” which goes under the banner of the Russian Federation. The grain was loaded on it in occupied Sevastopol.

The unloading site was designated Syria. Satellite images from may 29 showed that this vessel was moored in Latakia – the main port of Syria.