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Occupants take out stolen grain from Ukraine
The Russian military, at gunpoint, forced the workers of one of the enterprises to load wheat onto trucks marked “Z”.
In the Zaporozhye region, Russian invaders stole almost two thousand tons of grain. About this on Tuesday, June 14, informs press service of the Prosecutor General’s Office.
It is noted that two criminal proceedings have been opened on these facts.
“The pre-trial investigation in two criminal proceedings on violations of the laws and customs of war is carried out by investigators of the SBU Department in the Zaporozhye region under the procedural leadership of the Zaporozhye regional prosecutor’s office,” the report says.
According to the investigation, during May-June, the Russian military, threatening with weapons and using physical violence, forced employees of a branch of one of the societies in the occupied Vasilyevsky district to load wheat onto vehicles without license plates marked “Z”.
More than 1.2 thousand tons of grain stolen from the enterprise were taken by the occupiers in an unknown direction.
The prosecutor’s office also reported that on June 8-9, Russian military armed with automatic weapons stole agricultural enterprises from the warehouses in the village. Nesteryanets Pologovsky district almost 500 tons of sunflower seeds.
Earlier it was reported that a train with stolen grain was sent from the Zaporozhye region to the Crimea.