At the end of May, the Russian invaders intensified the criminal export of agricultural products from the occupied districts of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, which flaunts their propaganda. In particular, it notes that Russian punitive forces have “significantly increased” the capacity of entry points to the Crimea by road.

It is also reported that the Russian military has now confiscated cherries from farmers in the Melitopol district and is exporting them en masse to the Crimea.

At the same time, Kherson and Melitopol vegetables and fruits, illegally transported from the Ukraine’s mainland, do not significantly affect the consumer situation in Crimea, and occupiers’ attempts to use them for propaganda purposes at “fairs” are sarcastically perceived by the local population.

The Russian invaders are actually focusing on the criminal export of last year’s grain harvest to Russia via the Crimea, as well as sunflower seeds to Russian oil mills.

In addition, the collaborator Stremousov has now stated that invaders are “preparing to launch” the Kherson shipyard and shipyards, and he points out that the Russian aggressors plan to criminally ensure their “full-fledged activity” “after the capture” of Odessa and Mykolaiv regions.

That is, in fact, given the inaccessibility of the aggressor’s military goals in southern Ukraine, Kherson’s key enterprises will not operate until its deoccupation.