PAVEL ZHEBROVSKY VISITED TWO KULAK FARMS.
Oleksandr Chaplik, who received a 500 thousand hryvnia grant in the framework of the “Ukrainian Donetsk Kulak” program, bought a breeding herd and milking equipment. It is reported by Upmp.news with reference to the press service of the Donetsk regional state administration.
Today, the head of the Donetsk regional state administration Pavel Zhebrivsky visited two districts in Verkhnyakamyansky and Bakhmud during a working trip to the north of the Donetsk region. In the village of Verkhny Oleksandr Chaplik, who received a 500 thousand hryvnia grant in the framework of the “Ukrainian Donetsk Kulak” program, purchased a breeding herd and milking equipment. He works since August last year. During this time, Alexander created 3 jobs and is now thinking about expanding business.
In Bakhmud, the chairman of the regional state administration has examined how Anna Petritshenko organized production in her garment manufacture. She received a grant of 190 thousand hryvnias, for which she purchased sewing and ironing equipment. Besides Anna, her company employs two more seamstresses , who are sewing clothes for children and adults, and now they are developing tailoring. Their products are sold through the Internet. In addition to business, Anna is also engaged in social activities – she heads the Association of the kulaks of the Donetsk region.
“I have no doubt that the kulaks are the very stratum of active wealthy people who can bring the region to a new economic level. Incidentally, the successes of our kulaks is the subject of interest for inhabitants of the temporarily occupied territory – they ask, how do they give money to business development for everyone who has a business plan ?! Yes, our dear citizens! In a free Ukrainian Donetsk region, we are building a solid, prosperous civil society, where everyone is responsible for himself and for his country at the same time, he enriches himself and makes our nation prosperous. When we kick out the Russians – you will make sure of this,” said Pavlo Zhebrivsky, the head of the Donetsk regional state administration.