After the Armed Forces of Ukraine filigree struck the Antonivsky Bridge and disabled it, the prices on the markets in the temporarily occupied Kherson doubled.
Despite the small selection of products in the occupied city, and the prices are sky-high, queues immediately lined up for vegetables – people are trying to buy everything they can to stock up on food.
This is reported by Suspilne.
As the published photos show, potatoes on the market cost UAH 20, onions – UAH 30, garlic – UAH 75, apricots – UAH 150.
As noted, since the beginning of the large-scale invasion and seizure of the region, the Russians have not missed a single humanitarian aid from the territory controlled by Ukraine to the occupied territory. In addition, the occupation authorities of the Kherson region announce a ban on the hryvnia.
It will be recalled that the General Staff announced that immediately after the first hits on the object, the Russians tried to restore the Antoniv bridge, but the Ukrainian military took appropriate measures.