Looting in Ukraine is not punishable; Putin issued an order on this, he allowed us to loot during the hostilities, says the man in a recording published by the Ukrainian Security Service on social media. According to the SBU, he is a Russian soldier.
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The military man told his wife about him “Awards” won in Ukraine by colleagues from the service.
They prefer Ukrainian, because the Russian race to the feet
– (One of them) has already stole TVs, washing machines, and even took the grill, they just loot everything (…) – explained the soldier. As he admitted, the price also includes items of Ukrainian military equipment, as Russian clothing leaves much to be desired.
– I’m sitting in these (Ukrainian) military boots, they are as light as training boots. We each weigh a kilogram and our feet sweat. And the opposite is true for the Ukrainians: they are great, they have breathable fabric – he said.
Reports of large-scale looting have appeared since February 24, the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. On May 30, Ukraine’s Minister of Agriculture, Taras Vysotsky, announced that The invaders illegally exported approximately 500,000 people from the occupied territories. tons of grain. Also at the end of May, the Mariupol authorities confirmed that the enemies intend to remove tens of thousands of tons of mineral products from the devastated city on the Sea of Azov.
tvp.info portal, PAP
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