"Goods from occupied Crimea flow not only in Ukraine. Poland and Turkey are not too much bothered either. In fact, why should they bother if we haven't cut off business ties with Crimea and continue to fill their budget ourselves," he said.
Shovkoshytnyi gave several examples of international shipments:
Balaklava - Terespol (Poland). Cargo - chemical goods (21.6 tons). Carrier - West Logistics (Lithuania);
Yevpatoriia - Istanbul (Turkey). Cargo - fish (20 tons). Carrier - sole proprietor Merenkov (Zaporizhia).
He also provides facts of deliveries from Crimea to mainland Ukraine:
- Bilohirsk - Zhytomyr (carrier - Ryskal I.P., Zhytomyr);
- Chornomorske - Vinnytsia (carrier - Ahrolohystyka Ukrainy, Kharkiv);
- Kerch - Kyiv (carrier - Grand Logistics, Brovary);
- Simferopol - Kyiv (carrier - Poltavaukrtrans, Poltava).
"This is just what lies on the surface, without going deeper," he summed up.
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