Within the framework of the Yalta Forum organized by the Crimean invaders, Logistics Consulting Group presented an investment project for grain exports from Crimea to China, the BlackSeaNews reported.
Allegedly, wheat will be supplied to China by sea in containers through the Russian port of Novorossiysk. At the same time, a local sea container line will be organized between the occupied Crimea and Novorossiysk.
The company proposes to further expand the market for its illegal (under Ukrainian law and international law) trading activities from the Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine to Pakistan, India and Iran.
Earlier a scheme appeared in the media according to which smugglers deliver goods from the occupied Crimea. Journalists reported that after loading in the ports of the occupied Crimea, sailors make an intermediate call to the roadstead of the port of Kavkaz, to formalize the opening of the border and to enter the recipient port with "clean" documents.