In the Kherson region, they announced the “nationalization of the property of Ukrainian oligarchs”, that is, local entrepreneurs who refused to work for the Russian Federation.
The occupiers seized enterprises and put forward a condition for “re-registration”. However, most of the owners left the region at the time of occupation, and those who remained refused to cooperate.
The enemy declared the seized property “abandoned” and began the process of transferring it to the “management of the State Property Fund”. Further, such property will be “privatized again”, and in fact it will simply be transferred to the structures related to the occupation administration, which will loot it.
It should be noted that all these decisions of the occupiers are legally null and void and, in fact, we are talking about the “legalization” of looting on the so-called “legal grounds”.