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Russia decided to "abandon" collaborators with salaries: no bonuses for "difficult working conditions" - CNS

Russia decided to "abandon" collaborators with salaries

The Russian authorities have decided to reduce the salaries of employees of the so-called administrations in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. "Officials" who help the aggressor in the war will be deprived of bonuses for working in "difficult conditions."

Thus, their salaries will be reduced by one and a half times. This is reported by the Center for National Resistance.

It is noted that such changes apply specifically to Ukrainian collaborators. At the same time, Russians who have come to the occupied regions from the Russian Federation allegedly on a business trip will continue to receive additional payments.

"After all, they are valued more in Moscow," noted the CNS.

Unemployment continues to grow rapidly in the temporarily occupied territories, and "state institutions" are accumulating salary arrears. Thus, the traitors of Ukraine have become hostages of the situation for which they are responsible.

"And they will bear responsibility regardless of their desire, because the Resistance Movement knows where they are and what they are doing," the CNS added.

Russia decided to ''abandon'' collaborators with salaries: no bonuses for ''difficult working conditions'' - CNS

As OBOZ.UA reported, in October, the invaders began to leave the temporarily occupied Tokmak in Zaporizhzhia, but they categorically did not let collaborators leave the city. Traitors to Ukraine who wanted to flee to Crimea or Russia were detained by the Russian military at a checkpoint.

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