In Russia, officially allowed to steal grain from the Kherson region

In the Russian region, deputies almost unanimously approved the looting decision.

Russia allowed to steal grain from the occupied part of the Kherson region / REUTERS illustrationRussia allowed to steal grain from the occupied part of the Kherson region / REUTERS illustration

In the Russian Federation, on the territory of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the authorities allowed grain to be stolen from the part of the Kherson region occupied by the Russians .

The deputies adopted this decision almost unanimously during a meeting of the Legislative Assembly of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

1″The deputies at the meeting almost unanimously supported the decision to import grain from the Kherson region, which was partially taken under the control of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation …”, the department of the aggressor country noted.

The legislature explained the need for such a decision by the fact that in Russia, due to sanctions, there is an acute shortage of grain crops and vegetables.

“… the expropriation of last year’s and current harvest surpluses of farmers in the Kherson region will become one of the tools to assist small businesses, consumer cooperatives,” the report says.

Vladislav Zyryanov, head of the Committee for Rural Affairs and Agro-Industrial Policy, said that the experience of the Krasnoyarsk Territory could be “successfully” implemented in other Russian regions in the future.

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

    • They’ve been nothing but criminals and bandits their whole existence and just can’t grasp the concept that you can produce things and you don’t have to steal everything. They need to be erased and start over with a clean chalkboard.

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