Dnipro region is the beginning of the central part of Ukraine. Also, this region is under the most significant threat after the hot spots. Because the hot areas are now unfolding from three sides of the Dnipro region, and as soon as the defenses of Ukraine on one side collapse, the region will be attacked. Now Russian criminals are attacking the Dnieper and the region from the air, as they cannot effectively advance in the Zaporizhzhya, Donetsk, and Kharkiv regions.
Since April 29, the occupiers have been actively firing missiles at the Synelnykovskyi district in the Dnipro region. The occupiers are directing missile strikes at grain storage and agricultural productions. In three days, Russian airstrikes destroyed 4 warehouses. 3 warehouses were already empty. But on May 1, the missile destroyed the hangar with grain. Only farms suffer from the missile strikes — there are no dead or wounded among the population.
But if the occupiers continue to destroy farms and agricultural warehouses, it could lead to a new artificial hunger. The Russian Federation probably counts on this. However, they forget the colossal support of European countries, which will not allow peaceful Ukrainians to die from hunger.
The theft of grain by the Russian army was also documented. In the Zaporizhzhya region, the Russian military transported 61 tons of grain to Russia. Military thieves were able to transport such cargo using trucks stolen from Ukrainians.
The Zaporizhzhya region prosecutor’s office opened a criminal case for the theft of cars and agricultural products. Also, Ukrainian media reports that Russians force Ukrainians to sell grain crops several times cheaper in the occupied Kherson region.