The Mediazona publication compiled a new expanded map of Russian marauders, according to which the occupiers sent 58 tons of parcels home by mail.
It has long been no surprise that Russians send home stolen canned food, sausages, washing machines, televisions and even chairs. Some military men decided to “change shoes” on their vehicles and sent tires home, and one liked the Ukrainian guitar.
But the clear leader is a "soldier" who sends home a Russian unmanned aerial vehicle. "Orlan-10". I would like to know how he plans to use it.
The video you watched above was filmed on a surveillance camera in the SDEK courier service in the city of Valuiki, which is located in the Belgorod region, a few kilometers from the border with Ukraine. It is reported that most of the stolen goods were sent to Moscow and Yekaterinburg - 10.3 tons and 6 tons, respectively.
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