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From dirty shorts to a boiler – what Russian invaders stole from Ukrainians

You can imagine the wretchedness of the life of Russian soldiers by their “trophies”.

The occupiers are engaged in mass looting in Ukraine / image of Belaruska Gayun

Since the beginning of a full-scale war, Russian invaders have rushed to our land in search of profit and easy money. When they got to us, they were shocked by how ordinary Ukrainians live – smooth roads, brick houses, hot water, sewerage and refrigerators full of food.

Therefore, it is not surprising that, seeing such a luxury, the invaders began to rob everything. This is stated in the plot of the FreeDom project.

The Russians grabbed everything that lay badly. They did not disdain even carpets, pans, sanitary pads, shower gels, shampoos.

“They put the opportunity to profit in Ukraine with free equipment and smartphones above their own lives,” the journalists say.

This is understandable: with Russian poverty, such things are unaffordable. You can imagine the wretchedness of the life of Russian soldiers by their “trophies”. Among the most popular are toilet bowls, washing machines, boilers, used socks and shorts.

So, one of the Russian occupiers found in an embrace with a boiler. They steal Putin’s military and Ukrainian military uniforms, berets of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Also, the media space was stirred up by the news about the Russian soldier, for the first time who saw a toilet bowl in a Ukrainian house.

“For Russian conscripts sent to Ukraine for slaughter, even a doghouse seems to be something outrageous,” the journalists say.

Earlier, the SBU published an interception, according to which the permission for looting in Ukraine to the invaders personally given by Vladimir Putintherefore, there theft during the war is not considered a crime and is not punished.

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