To Steal — Not to Develop Own

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, June 20, 2022
To Steal — Not to Develop Own

Russian Federation built a railway to export looted cereals from Ukraine

The head of the Lugansk regional state administration, Serhii Haidai, told the Ukrainian media about the new theft by Russia. The occupiers hastily built a railway from the occupied Starobelsk, the Lugansk region in the so-called Luhansk People's Republic.

"Agro-industrial complex of the region is 1.152 agricultural enterprises, of which 855 are small farms. Every year they produced more than 1 million tons of grain, 600.000 tons of sunflower, 3.000 tons of meat, almost 20.000 tons of milk, and 24 million pieces of eggs. For the transportation to Russia of grain from Starobelsk, even the railway was quickly organized," says Haidai.

It is also noted that Ukraine, a few years ago, built a modern elevator in Transnistria. The enterprise had its railway. About 30 tons of grain were stored in the elevator. But the occupiers blew up the warehouses, and now they are removing grain from there. The Russian soldiers have already removed 15 tons of sunflower seeds and 10 tons of grain from the Lugansk region.

While grain is being stolen from the Lugansk region, the Donetsk and Zaporizhia regions continue to suffer from the looting of the "great" Russians. The advisor of the mayor of Mariupol said that the occupiers took out of the city the surviving fountain. From the Zaporizhzhia region to Russia are exporting metal.

"Russia has stolen 54 cargo carriages with agglomeration, a total weight of 3.240 tons from the territory of the iron ore plant in the village Malaya Bilozirka. Also, they seized KAMAZ trucks," the defense forces of the Zaporizhzhia region reported.

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