Racists have put the residents of the occupied south of Ukraine in a hopeless situation: for the second year now, they are forced to either sell grain for nothing or take the grain just like that. The mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, said this on the air.
According to him, it is possible to conduct agrarian business in the occupied territories only after registration under Russian legislation. All data on the harvested crop must be entered into the state electronic system, through which Russians can monitor every kilogram of grain. You can sell grain to the "state" company of the Russian Federation at a price equivalent to 3,000 hryvnias, which is much lower than the market price and even cheaper than the cost price.
"If the farmer does not want to sell the grain, it will simply be taken away. It is impossible to work normally in the occupied territories, and it is dangerous to live. The South is waiting for de-occupation," Fedorov noted.
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 28/07/2023