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In 2016, Russia exported to occupied Donbas goods at cost of $ 222 mln

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to last year’s reports of Russia’s Federal Customs Service, the self-proclaimed republics in eastern Ukraine already became largest foreign consumers of Russian foods, - Meduza
20:46, 27 April 2017

Emergency Service of Russia

In spite of Ukraine’s official ban, over 2016, the Russian government exported goods to the occupied areas of Donbas at the total cost of 222 million U.S. dollars. Meduza reported that, having analyzed the accessible data of Russia’s Federal Customs Service, the FCS.  

‘The FCS reported that over 2016, Russia has exported Ukraine-banned foods (meat, fish, sweets, cheese, child nutrition, tea, coffee, beer, vodka and others) at the total cost of 222 million U.S. dollars,’ the article says.  

Ukraine has put embargo on the mentioned goods in early 2016.

‘In fact, it means growing trade volumes between Russia and so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics. The self-proclaimed republics in eastern Ukraine already became largest foreign consumers of Russian meat and beer,’ the outlet said.

Earlier today, 64th humanitarian convoy from Russia crossed the Ukrainian border and reached the occupied territories of Donbas.

Related: Russia sends its 64th "humanitarian convoy" to occupied Donbas

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