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Business dissatisfaction with the actions of the military is growing in Russia: the National Resistance Centre explained what is happening

Ivanna ShepelNews
Businesses in Russia complain about the actions of the Russian army

Local entrepreneurs in Russia are dissatisfied with the actions of the Russian military, which endanger the border areas. In particular, the Tyotkinsky sugar plant, located in the Kursk region, suffered from the actions of the Russian army.

This was reported by the National Resistance Center. The plant wanted to receive compensation for the damage caused by the Russian armed forces in the first three months after the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

During this time, the plant's facilities and surrounding areas were used by the Russian armed forces and suffered numerous damages as a result of shelling, causing losses of 75 million rubles. However, the Kremlin authorities decided not to compensate the owners for the destroyed property.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of December 30, the Defense Forces responded to Russia's massive attack on the morning of December 29. More than 70 Ukrainian UAVs attacked military facilities in the Belgorod region, and the shelling of the occupiers' facilities continued in the afternoon.

Earlier, the National Resistance Center reported that as a result of the destruction of the Novocherkassk ship, enemy forces surrounded the central district of Feodosia and tightened control over local streets. The occupiers are actively conducting inspections and searching for informants in the city.

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