13:46 03.04.2022

Stefanchuk: Looting is reality of Russian army

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Stefanchuk: Looting is reality of Russian army

Looting is a reality of the army of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk says.

"Looting is a shameful reality of the Russian army. A reality that forever eradicates in the minds of even the most stubborn supporters of the 'Russian world' the myths about the greatness of the 'second army of the world,' the glorification of 'grandfathers fought,' romanticization of 'officers of the White Guard army' and other nonsense. Today the Russian army is an army of rednecks. And their main trophies are microwaves, hair dryers, electric kettles, toilet bowls and wall carpets, which they wring out in broken towns and ship to their females in 'Russian shitville," Stefanchuk wrote on Facebook on Sunday.

Stefanchuk recalled that the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law specifically for such "hunters for freebies," which suggests not to waste money on trifles.

"Bring a tank – get $100,000, IFV – $50,000, MLRS – $25,000, a military vehicle – $10,000. There are offers for 'wealthy owners.' For a combat aircraft or ship ranks 1 or 2 – $1,000,000, and for a combat helicopter or ship ranks 3 and 4 – $500,000," Stefanchuk said.

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