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A Permian who moved to Italy spoke about the crisis in the country. “Food line”

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Permian Ksenia, who moved to Italy in the 1990s, spoke about the growing crisis in that country. In an interview with URA.RU, she admitted that energy prices have skyrocketed in Italy. Because of this, many businesses are closing, and Italians are forced to look for new jobs and stand in lines for free food, which was usually taken by migrants.

“I know that rations have decreased. I have a friend with a disability and she used this help. She said that the ration has decreased. Reduced quality and quantity [выдаваемых] products. There is a crisis, of course. It is also exacerbated by the current situation. Italy is a rather speculative country, so electricity and gas prices have been sharply raised. Many factories have closed – they do not pull out the unbearable prices for energy resources. People are sent to the labor exchange, ”said Ksenia

Earlier, a native of Perm spoke about the changed attitude of Italians towards refugees from Ukraine. According to her, if at the beginning of the special operation many people showed solidarity with them, now the natives are ambivalent about the actions of Ukrainian refugees.

The countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Japan and a number of other states have imposed tough sanctions against Russia. They were a response to the conduct of a special operation by the Russian army, which was announced on February 24 by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Because of the sanctions, residents of Europeans began to complain about the crisis. For example, in the UK, the price of gasoline rose to a record high, and in Hungary, the government announced a state of emergency. The G7 countries also warned of an impending food crisis.

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Permian Ksenia, who moved to Italy in the 1990s, spoke about the growing crisis in that country. In an interview with URA.RU, she admitted that energy prices have skyrocketed in Italy. Because of this, many businesses are closing, and Italians are forced to look for new jobs and stand in lines for free food, which was usually taken by migrants. “I know that rations have decreased. I have a friend with a disability and she used this help. She said that the ration has decreased. Reduced quality and quantity [выдаваемых] products. There is a crisis, of course. It is also exacerbated by the current situation. Italy is a rather speculative country, so electricity and gas prices have been sharply raised. Many factories have closed – they do not pull out the unbearable prices for energy resources. People are sent to the labor exchange,” said Ksenia Earlier, a native of Perm spoke about the changed attitude of Italians towards refugees from Ukraine. According to her, if at the beginning of the special operation many people showed solidarity with them, now the natives are ambivalent about the actions of Ukrainian refugees. The countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Japan and a number of other states have imposed tough sanctions against Russia. They were a response to the conduct of a special operation by the Russian army, which was announced on February 24 by Russian President Vladimir Putin. Because of the sanctions, residents of Europeans began to complain about the crisis. For example, in the UK, the price of gasoline rose to a record high, and in Hungary, the government announced a state of emergency. The G7 countries also warned of an impending food crisis.

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