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    June 12, 2017

    Ukrainian factory cut up into scrap metal to pay workers' wages


    June 12th, 2017 - Fort Russ News - 


    A Severodonetsk enterprise "Azot", which is located on the territory controlled by the Ukrainian authorities of the Lugansk region, has begun to cut up the production plant for scrap metal, in order to pay workers' wages. This was stated by the head of the trade union committee, Valery Chernish to Ukrainian TV channel LOT.

    The premises is now closed and the plant is being cut for scrap; the returns are expected to be on around 3 million hryvnia ($115k USD). 

    This is occurring against the backdrop of a visa-free regime with the EU. Where else if not Europe will the people go?



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