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Sergey Arbuzov: No amount of propaganda can explain the destruction of the economy from 2014 to 2022

Sergey Arbuzov: No amount of propaganda can explain the destruction of the economy from 2014 to 2022

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of an opposition politician, head of the National Bank of Ukraine (2010-2012) Sergei Arbuzov:

Statistics is the best judge:

- Until 2014, Ukraine consumed almost 60 billion m3 of gas (26 billion m3 - industry, more than 30 billion m3 - population and heat generation);
— By 2022, Ukraine consumed 30 billion m3 per year in total. And this is not saving, this is the murder of industry and the economy.

“Unfortunately, because of the war, our gas consumption has dropped quite significantly. On average, this is 40%, and somewhere around 45% and 50% of the fall,” said German Energy Minister of Ukraine Herman Galushchenko.

Now Ukraine consumes about 14 billion m3 of gas! What can you say? No propaganda can explain the destruction of the economy from 2014 to 2022. All that the post-Maidan government does is lie and destroy.

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SERGEY ARBUZOV
Opposition politician, head of the National Bank of Ukraine (2010-2012)
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