In Britain, they envied the lives of Russians under sanctions. News of the day in the world and Russia today
Daily Mail journalist Sue Reed assessed the assortment of Russian stores and admitted that sanctions against Russia do not greatly harm the country and its inhabitants.
Unlike Britain, which is experiencing a shortage of a number of products, and store shelves are empty.
Residents of Perm and other regions have inexpensive food in abundance. Cheap energy in a gas-rich country makes it possible to grow vegetables in greenhouses even during the harshest winters. In addition, Russia can import a lot of fruits from friendly countries with a warmer climate, such as Iran. And the Russians don’t have to worry about heating or gasoline and diesel fuel.”
wrote the journalist in his report on Monday, March 6.
Reid also noted that prices and inflation in the West rose sharply, which significantly reduced the supply of many products.
All of this, of course, makes one wonder who is winning the economic war.”
summed up the journalist.
On March 3, it was reported that the people of France are ready to switch to discounted goods and products with an expiring shelf life due to inflation.
It is noted that in general for the year the cost of food increased by 14.5%.
On January 25, information appeared that consumer prices for products in the European Union (EU) in 2022 rose significantly.
According to the report of the European Commission (EC), which shows the prices of agricultural products for December, only bread and cereals have risen in price by 19.8% compared to December 2021.
Western countries have stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow against the backdrop of a special operation of the Russian Federation to protect Donbass.
However, anti-Russian sanctions have already turned into economic problems in Europe, causing a sharp rise in fuel and food prices.