Russian invaders set up a specialized market of looted Ukrainian goods in Belarus

Russian invaders set up a market in the city of Narovlya in Belarus where they sell looted Ukrainian goods.

Source: Defense Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine

The “range”of the marauding market includes: washing machines and dishwashers, refrigerators, jewelry, cars, bicycles, motorcycles, dishes, carpets, works of art, children’s toys, and cosmetics. That is everything that the Russians gained through the looting of civilians in Ukraine.

The occupiers are also trying to exchange stolen currency – dollars and euros. But due to internal restrictions on currency circulation, Belarusians are reluctant to agree to exchange operations and they offer the occupiers to turn to local banks.

Currently, occupiers have organized a centralized supply of new lots of looted “goods” to its market. In particular, a convoy of trucks with various property – industrial goods and household items – is driving from the Sumy region in Ukraine in the direction of the state border.

In the city of Mozyr (Belarus) there are Russian military Kamaz trucks from which soldiers unload packages of looted items. The loot is sent to Russia by the Russian express delivery service.

See also: The world heritage is under threat due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine – UNESCO

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