In the Kharkiv region the Russians destroyed an agricultural complex

In the Kharkiv region the Russians destroyed an agricultural complex

Olena Yatseno

Land contamination with construction and household waste, as well as livestock waste and organic residues has been recorded

The troops of the Russian Federation caused 14.6 billion hryvnias in damage to the environment by destroying the agro-industrial complex in the Kharkiv region.

This amount of damage was calculated by DEI specialists in Kharkiv region, the press service of the State Ecological Inspectorate of Ukraine reported.

According to the State Coinspection, officers of the Kharkiv department of the department inspected the territory of the agro-industrial complex, which suffered significant damage as a result of shelling by Russian troops.

As a result of the inspection, it was established that the premises of the enterprise were badly damaged, the infrastructure was completely destroyed and cattle (cows) raised at the enterprise were killed.

"Due to the military aggression of the occupiers and its consequences, a land plot of 253,260 m2 (126,630 m3) was littered with construction and household waste, livestock waste, organic remains (carcasses of killed cows), etc.," the press service said.

According to the DEI, the losses were calculated in accordance with the Methodology for Determining the Amount of Damage to Land, Soils as a Result of Emergencies and / or Armed Aggression and Combat Operations during Martial Law, developed by specialists of the State Coinspection.

On the eve EcoPolitics wrote about consequences of Russian aggression for the environment of Ukraine for May.

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