Hunger Strike Close: Occupiers Hidden Anti-Personnel Mines in Fields

by Olha Povaliaieva
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Hunger Strike Close: Occupiers Hidden Anti-Personnel Mines in Fields

3 agricultural workers exploded on Russian mines in different parts of the Kyiv region

In Ukraine, the sowing continues. Employees planted all fields that are not under the control of Russian enemies. But Ukrainians get into trouble and can not prevent the diphycitis of grain crops even despite the absence of Russian soldiers on the territory.

The tractor operator exploded into the mine in the village of Andriyivka, Kyiv region. The 37-year-old man carried out fieldwork in the field and stole in exchange, left by the Russians. As a result of the explosion, the man received slightly injured. Rescuers found another hidden exchange in the same field.

Two other men detonated an anti-personnel mine between the villages of Lipovka and Korolenka, Kyiv region. The men were taken to the hospital in a state of emergency.

The Russian occupiers are doing everything to create another artificial hunger in Ukraine. Experts report that the probability of starting a hunger strike in the Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Donetsk, and Lugansk regions is very high. The main reason — the Russian military destroyed the roads, mined the fields, and did not release Ukrainian humanitarian supplies. Moreover, it is not only Ukrainians who suffer.

"When it comes to food security risks, there is a dangerous situation in many places. It was sharply aggravated by Russian aggression against Ukraine," secretary of state Antony Blinken explained.

Also, the secretary of state said that 40 million people around the world are already experiencing a lack of food.

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