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Is the Zelensky purge going to end there?


Potatoes that usually cost eight grivnas to be bought from 22. Eggs that cost no more than Seven He 17 grivnas. Chicken thighs that do not pass the 80 grivnas with price of 120. These were the prices of one of the services contracted by the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine to feed soldiers in the kyiv, Sumy, Zhytomyr, Chernihiv and Cherkasy regions. Well above market cost. The difference, reported by place journalist ZN.UA, sounded the alarm and raised suspicions of corruption. This Tuesday, the vice minister of the folder, Vyacheslav Shapovalov, submitted his resignation.

Although he initially reacted forcefully – speaking of “manipulation” and “deception” – Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov ended up accepting the resignation of his deputy minister, citing “the European and democratic political tradition”, in which “the interests of Defense are superior.” to any position. As late as August, Reznikov was writing that the battle against corruption was essential during the war effort, because “In a war, a corrupt official is a looter.”

Military mobility continues on the Donbass front in Ukraine

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Source: Observadora

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