Russian propaganda was forced to admit that the inflation rate in the occupied territories exceeded those of the aggressor state. If in Russia inflation in April was 17.83 % even according to local “objective indicators”, then in Sevastopol the ruble of the occupiers over the past month has depreciated by at least 19.3 %.

The “Kherson transit”, promised by the occupiers, only slightly affected the reduction in prices for certain vegetables, since the looted products in Crimea are sold, with the corresponding “margin”, by structures extremely close to the key collaborators.

Residents of Sevastopol are actively discussing the current crisis situation on social networks. In particular, it is stated that the city “does not have its own production of anything socially important” and that the factories, controlled by the Russian invaders, “do not have orders”. At the same time, Sevastopol residents admit that the city “still has not restored what was and worked until 2013”, before the Russian occupation started.

Also, the minimal “positive impact” of the water of the North Crimean Canal on the agriculture of Crimea becomes obvious, which, under the “reliable leadership” of the occupiers, turned out to be simply unable to return to irrigated agriculture on a large scale.

Under such conditions, Yuri Migal was “appointed” to the fake “government” of the peninsula as the so-called “minister of agriculture”, who until 2014 worked in the Rozdolnensky district in ordinary positions in agricultural enterprises and later began his “career growth” solely because of his ardent commitment to “Russian world”.

Obviously, his consistent statements “in support of Putin” in the chair of a pseudo “deputy” will in no way contribute to the appearance of affordable food in the baskets of Crimean residents in the context of the economic collapse in the occupied territories and the global food crisis looming due to large-scale Russian aggression.