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Give everything for a bottle of water: what happens to prices in occupied Mariupol

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We tell you what is happening in Russian-occupied Mariupol with prices for services and goods, as well as people’s earnings

What is happening in occupied Mariupol / Photo: Getty Images, Collage: Today

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In the Ukrainian settlements occupied by the Russian Federation, people have to survive due to lack of earnings and insanely high prices for food. The same situation is happening in Mariupol.

For a bottle of water in the city you have to pay 100 UAH. This and other problems of Ukrainians in the occupation were reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

Prices are constantly rising

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According to Ukrainian intelligence, the Russians are conducting a so-called population census in Mariupol. During it, the invaders demand documents from people, as well as fingerprints.

In the same time the inhabitants of the city have no opportunity to earn. So, without income, they are also forced to endure a sharp rise in prices for goods and services.

In particular, the cost of a one and a half liter bottle of water is about UAH 100., kilogram of pork – 600 hryvnia“, – reported to the GUR MO.

In addition, private funeral teams from Russia operate in Mariupol. They are for the burial of one body, they demand a fee of 10 thousand hryvnias.

At the same time, as scouts note, people generally do not have the opportunity to leave the city, since this is prohibited. Meanwhile, several film crews from Russian TV channels are in the city to shoot propaganda stories about “establishing a peaceful life.”

Ukrainian entrepreneurs are on the “hit list”

Earlier we said that Russians threaten Ukrainian farmers in the occupied lands. The occupiers not only steal their crops, but even take away their land and enterprises.

For example, farmer Valery Stoyanov said that Kadyrov’s invaders seized an enterprise near Melitopol. They just came and said that the land now belongs to the commander of their unit.

A few days later, the Russians sold valuable equipment and exported 2500 tons of grain. Some farmers were allowed to keep the land for themselves, but for this obliged to give the majority of the profits. The entrepreneur himself was not lucky, because he personally fought in the Donbass. Because of this, the Russians told his employees not to wait for the farmer, because he’s on the list of people to shoot.

We also wrote about how the Russian invaders dismantled and stole the largest solar power plant in Ukraine, and how the theft of our grain by the Russians was caught on satellite images.

Source: Segodnya

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