Russian express delivery operator turs off video cameras in its "looting" branches 04/07/2022 13:20:54. Total views 643. Views today — 0.

Journalists have discovered that the Russian CDEK operator of express delivery of goods turned off video broadcasts from its offices on the border with Ukraine. This is reported by BBC.

As reported, returning to Belarus and Russia, the russian occupiers send the loot from Ukraine to their cities with the help of the CDEK express cargo delivery operator.

Video from CDEK points has also appeared on YouTube, where the Russian military arranges large parcels.

Meanwhile, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov announced the names of two more Russian marauders in his Telegram channel.

"Today our "heroes" are:

- senior warrant officer and "mother's marauder" Yakov Morozov, born in 1984, who sent 66.2 kg of various clothes stolen from Ukrainian homes from the Russian city of Rylsk, Kursk oblast, to the city of Miass, Chelyabinsk oblast, to the name of Yelizaveta Galishevskaya;

- private and "shoe master" Alexander Zhuravlev, born in 1997, who sent 14 kg of clothes, 33 kg of shoes and 16 kg of spare parts for cars, which he stole from Ukrainian houses and removed from cars of our citizens, from the Belarusian city of Mozyr to the city of Chita", - the minister reported.

"We will transfer their data to our intelligence and law enforcement agencies for further response actions", - Fedorov noted.