On the temporarily captured lands of the Zaporizhzhia region, the occupation administration demands that local farmers hand over grain.
All farmers must sell grain to the “state grain operator”, because only he has the right to further sell grain outside the region. That is, farmers surrender the grain for a fixed amount and then the hauliers resell it at the market price through the created spacers.
At the same time, the occupiers store all the grain in “state elevators”, that is, on captured farms.
Note that the enemy continues to export grain to Syria from the temporarily occupied territories. Grain is exported in two ways: by the Tokmak-Berdyansk railway, where it is further transported through the port to Tartus (Syria). Another way is to take it to the Crimea to the port of Sevastopol and then to the aforementioned Tartus.