“DNR” occupiers put up first house seized from IDPs for auction
Occupiers of the “DNR” have put up the first house confiscated from internally displaced persons for auction. This was written by separatist media.
This refers to a residential building near Yasynuvata. The handlers of stolen goods set a starting price of 1.7 million rubles for the house, which had been seized from the owners who were forced to leave it due to the Russian occupation. The bidding is scheduled for July 19.
“The house property is located in the village of Vasylivka of the Yasynuvata district and consists of a residential building with outbuildings with a total area of 294.80 sq. m., a land plot with an area of 0.2500 hectares and a land plot of 0.05 hectares. The year of construction is 2008. The walls of the residential building, attics, outbuildings and barn are of brick, basement walls under the residential building, garage, bath and cesspool are of cinder blocks”, – the organizers of the auction describe the advantage of selling someone else’s house.
Separatist media remind that “the processes of using the housing stock left by the left Donetsk residents” were launched personally by the “DNR” leader Denis Pushilin.