Army of Thieves

by Olha Povaliaieva
Friday, April 1, 2022
Army of Thieves

The Russian military stole 14 tons of humanitarian aid

On April 1, the deputy prime minister of Ukraine, Iryna Vereshchyk, said that food and medicine delivered to Melitopol on 12 buses were stolen by the Russians. Negotiations are underway on the evacuation of people by these buses in Zaporizhzhia.

Moreover, the occupied cities and villages were subject to serious looting by the Russians. With the faces of victorious Russians break into the apartments of Ukrainians and take out equipment, money, precious metals, and even dishes and clothes. In the occupied villages, Russians drive Ukrainians out of their homes and settle there, raping women and robbing shops.

On March 31, Latvia joined Germany and banned the symbols of military Russia. The use of the letters "Z," "V" or other symbols used to denote military aggression in public events is now prohibited.

Ukrainians face to face with the Russians on the territory of Ukraine. And now we clearly see that it is effortless to surprise a representative of "great" Russia with simple amenities in an apartment, quality food, and clothes without holes.

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