Theft of Ukrainian Property
Russians continue to steal Ukrainian agricultural products and equipment. Earlier, there was information about how they stole a large number of new equipment, which was later found in Chechnya. Recently, on the Yaseny farm (Zaporizhzhya region, which is partially occupied), they stole equipment worth UAH 6 million: 5 John Deere tractors (2,300-horsepower, 1 New Holland); 2 JCB forklifts (one of them is already near Kursk); family Land Cruiser; an agronomist’s car; a bus; fertilizers, seed grain, and chemistry for planting. Moreover, after the occupation of Mariupol, they took out 3,000 tons of Ukrainian steel products to Rostov-on-Don. Prior to the occupation, there were up to 200,000 tons of metal and cast iron worth $170 million in the port. In addition, russian army loots everything they can take with them: from washing machines to clothes.
Another proof that the russians are destroying more than just military infrastructure and the Ukrainian army is that they recently destroyed a solar power plant near Kharkiv. The station operated only for a year and a half. There is no military infrastructure close to the plant.