Ukrainian farmers set fire to fields in the occupied territories in order not to give the harvest to the Russian Federation

The Mayor of Melitopol spoke about the situation with the export of agricultural products by Russian invaders from the temporarily occupied territory.

The large-scale export of agricultural products by Russian occupiers may indicate that they are not going to stay in the temporarily occupied territory / REUTERS photo
The large-scale export of agricultural products by Russian occupiers may indicate that they are not going to stay in the temporarily occupied territory / REUTERS photo

Ukrainian farmers set fire to fields in the temporarily occupied territories in order not to give the harvest to the Russian Federation. Rashists steal not only grain, they take out fruits and all agricultural products.

This was announced by the mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov on the air of the information telethon.

“The occupiers are not only stealing grain, but also all agricultural products – cherries, fruits, greens. Today we can say that they have taken hundreds of millions of hryvnia worth of products. They did not take them out, but stole them from us,” he said.

Fedorov added that farmers in the temporarily occupied territory even set fire to the fields so as not to give the harvest to the Russian occupiers.

“Now they continue to unload our grain from the Berdyansk port, which we grew together with our farmers, and they steal it. They (the invaders – UNIAN) take it out not only by sea, they also take it out by rail. More than 100 wagons have already been taken out, and they They announce that 150 wagons will still be taken out,” Fedorov said.

The mayor of Melitopol suggested that at the same time, such a large-scale export of agricultural products by Russian invaders may indicate that they are not going to stay in the temporarily occupied territory.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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