Poverty rate is growing rapidly in temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories
In the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories, people suffer from unemployment, hunger, and disease. Invading Russian forces not only don't help the locals, but also provoke them into conflicts
This is reported by the Center for National Resistance.
In the south and east of Ukraine, which are occupied by the Russian troops, the socio-economic situation is deteriorating.
Social tension is growing in the region and a significant decrease in the number of residents is recorded, especially in small settlements of the occupied areas. The occupation administrations do not deal with the problems of local residents, but only inflame them.
Poverty in the temporarily occupied territories is exacerbated primarily because there is no logistics to ensure the delivery of food to local stores. Another factor is unemployment and the blocking of money transfers from Ukraine. Also, the system of medicine supply is not working, which creates additional difficulties for the elderly.
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- The Russian troops are luring residents in the temporarily occupied territories to fight against Ukraine by promising their children places in Russian universities.