Tons of Ukrainian vegetables are in landfills, while expensive imports are on the shelves of supermarkets. So the “land reform” began to work.
During two days of protests, farmers and nationalists forced the authorities to open food markets. But due to the reformers’ efforts, the small and medium-sized Ukrainian farmer is in danger of bankruptcy. I also talked about this with Ivan Starostenko, a farmer and head of the Kherson National Corps. What shall we do? Watch the video: