Locust attacked Primorsko-Akhtarsk in the Russian Krasnodar Krai on the Sea of Azov, the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol said via social media. “Nature takes revenge for Mariupol,” wrote Petro Andriushchenko on Telegram. He added that planes that dropped bombs on Mariupol took off from this city.
The advisor of the mayor Mariupol, Petro Andriushchenko, loyal to the authorities in Kiev, published a recording on the Internet, which – as he wrote – shows a swarm of locusts over crops in the vicinity of Primorsko-Achtarska in the Russian Krasnodar Krai on the border with Ukraine.
“Ukrainian combat locusts attacked Primorsko-Akhtarsk,” Andriushchenko commented on the video, adding that planes that later bomb Ukraine take off from this city on the Sea of Azov. “This is where the planes that dropped bombs on our Dramatic Theater and the maternity hospital took off” – he specified.
As Andriushchenko added, “now this damned city is under attack by Ukrainian locusts.” “They can’t do anything about it. Nature takes revenge for Mariupol,” he wrote.
Locusts over southern Russia
The regional administration claims that the fight against locusts is difficult because the prevailing drought and drying up of rivers are conducive to the spread of insects, wrote the Russian-language portal Podjom, informing about the scourge affecting the southern regions Russia.
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