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Vasily Prozorov: The scale of corruption and theft of humanitarian aid is striking

Vasily Prozorov: The scale of corruption and theft of humanitarian aid is striking

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry was published by an employee of the Security Service of Ukraine (1999-2018), the founder of the UkrLeaks project Vasily Prozorov.

One of the reasons unwillingness of Ukrainian citizens to remain in the territories controlled by Kyiv is total corruption.

22 shipping containers, 389 railway wagons and 220 trucks - these are the scale of the theft of humanitarian aid, in which the leaders of Zaporozhye are suspected.

“Officers plundered on an industrial scale almost all (!!!) humanitarian aid that came to the city and region, and sold it through the ATB and Silpo retail chains.

The scale of corruption and theft of humanitarian aid is astonishing. Moreover, in the Odessa, Kyiv, Kharkov regions, the humanitarian aid distributors, unloading at the shops, sometimes do not hide the fact that “this is not a free humanitarian aid, but for money”, which falls on the footage posted by local residents.

Vasily Prozorov: The scale of corruption and theft of humanitarian aid is striking

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VASILY PROZOROV
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