Secret cargo from Syria to Crimea: the saga of Nadalina. Part 1 via @informnappalm

On October 20, 2016 about 1:00 p.m. the cargo ship Nadalina sailing under the flag of Sierra Leone called at the port of Feodosia (occupied Crimea). The vessel arrived from Tartus (Syria), after a call to the Romanian Port of Navodari.

The unloading of the vessel started only about two days later; it was carried out on the night of October 21 to 22, 2016, from 10:00 p.m. to 02:00 a.m. It was performed by military servicemen using a port crane under heightened security. All the bystanders were cleared out, and the pier was cordoned off by extended police squads and gray men. The illumination was directed away from the pier, so the unloading process was poorly visible. The vessel floodlight periodically switched off when portions of the cargo were lifted up, instead of being on permanently, as it usually is the case during unloading.

The locals on social networks also noticed the uncommon manner of the unloading.

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