The State Bureau of Investigation of Ukraine (DBR) blocked two attempts to illegally export products from Belarus through the territory of Ukraine.

Wagons with Belarusian fertilizers

Employees of the State Bureau of Investigation found 100 wagons with potash fertilizers at the Korosten railway station, reports Railway Supply. magazine.

As part of the criminal proceedings, it was established that the products were sent from Belarusian suppliers to Asian countries. The total weight of the cargo is almost 7 thousand tons.

Also, DBR employees blocked the transit of two wagons of steel products with a total weight of 139 tons. The goods were shipped from Belarus through Ukraine to customers from northern Africa.

“Both deliveries were to be shipped to customers by sea from Ukrainian ports,” the DBR noted.

Also, DBR employees informed the Zhytomyr Regional Military Administration about the forced seizure of the above-mentioned property for state needs.

As previously reported, 21 wagons of Russian mineral fertilizers were seized in the Vinnytsia region.

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