Following a three month siege, Russia has opened Mariupol Port last week. Russian state owned news agency TASS reported that the first ship entered the seaport of Mariupol on Saturday. A representative of the port administration said “Demining has been carried out in the port & ships flooded by the Armed Forces of Ukraine have been removed. The MR-3 vessel of the Slavutich type entered the port & it will load 2,700 tonnes of metal. The ship is to complete loading on Sunday and leave for Rostov-on-Don on Monday.”Ukraine's Human Rights Ombudsman Ms Lyudmyla Denisova said the shipment amounted to looting by Russia. She wrote on the Telegram “Looting in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine continues. Following the theft of Ukrainian grain, the occupiers resorted to exporting metal products from Mariupol."Accusing Russia of piracy, Ukraine's largest steelmaker Metinvest said that it is concerned that Russia may use several ships stranded in Mariupol to steal and smuggle metallurgical products belonging to the group.Russian Defense Ministry representative Mr Igor Konashenkov said that after complete liberation of the territory of the Azovstal plant Mariupol is gradually returning to peaceful life with the operation of public transport resuming on some routes, the territory of the city is being cleared & public utilities are working to restore water and energy supply.Russian Defense Ministry has published a scheme for the humanitarian corridor, provided for safe passage of foreign ships from Ukrainian Black Sea ports. The scheme, published on 26 May, shows the expanded corridor, which is 139 nautical miles long and 3 miles wide. According to the scheme, information about operation of the corridor is being transmitted every 15 minutes on 14th and 16th international radio channels in both Russian and English. The corridor is active daily between 08:00 and 19:00 Moscow time.Earlier, the media reported that Russian Armed Forces opened two naval humanitarian corridors: safe strips for navigation in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. In the Black Sea, the corridor was 80 miles long and 3 miles wide, providing passage from ports of Kherson, Nikolayev, Chernomorsk, Ochakov, Odessa and Yuzny southwest from Ukrainian territorial waters. Despite conditions for safe exit, provided by Russia, six foreign freighters remain in the port of Mariupol, for example: ships of Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Liberia, Panama, Turkey and Jamaica. Russia has called on the International Maritime Organization to influence the ship owners in order to evacuate them to their home ports.