The idea of sending Russian students to the occupied Ukrainian territories belonged to the “United Russia” – the largest Russian party – MP. In the Sverdlovsk region of Dmitry Zhukov. As he emphasizes, the inhabitants of the Urals are “warm and compassionate people.” Officially, students will go to Ukraine as part of the “volunteer”.
Russia is proud to “help” the occupied territories
Zhukov added that the students were “already displaying their best qualities by actively collecting and sending humanitarian aid to the Donbass people.” He lists more than 390 tons of humanitarian cargo collected and shipped in the Ural region at this time.
Anna Kuznetsova, another party member, said “building materials have already been sent to Donbass.” In early June, the mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sofianin, promised to “help rebuild Donetsk and Luhansk” unrecognized republics in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, although these cities were not attacked by either side.
Moscow equipment in Ukrainian cities
According to Sofian, Lugansk’s leadership signed an agreement with the so-called officials of the Russian capital on “establishing cooperative relations”. He added that Moscow specialists and equipment were already working on the streets of the captured Ukrainian regional centers.
Calculated by the Ukrainian State Road Agency (Ukraine) on Friday. As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, about 24 thousand people were destroyed. Km of roads and 300 bridges. According to data from the Kiev School of Economics since May 26, the total loss to the Ukrainian economy caused by the war is approximately US $ 564-600 billion.
Great damage as a result of the invasion
The main road link in Ukraine is currently the eastern route of the country, which runs from the Russian-occupied cities of Chevrodonetsk and Lysyansk in the Luhansk region to Bakmut in the Donetsk region.
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