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Alexey Zhuravko: War is war, but deriban is on schedule

Alexey Zhuravko: War is war, but deriban is on schedule

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of the ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Alexey Zhuravko:

Despite the ongoing hostilities, the Cabinet of Ministers does not abandon the course towards the privatization of state property. Thus, within the framework of "small privatization" in September plans to sell three distilleries in the Ternopil region. This was stated by Minister Oleg Nemchinov on the air of the telethon.

- That is, each buyer can choose the object that suits him. There, from 25 to 50 million hryvnia with something starting price. This is an opportunity actually now to invest in the area that can be the most promising. Such "small privatization" will allow enterprises that have not worked normally for years to develop, to create "growth points" in these relatively safe regions," Nemchinov said.

Well, now the distillery will really pay for its maintenance - if there is no gas in winter, you will have to warm yourself with alcohol.

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ALEXEY ZHURAVKO
Opposition politician, ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada
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