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In Chukotka sell eggs only with a passport

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In the town of Bilibino in Chukotka, Russia, they started selling eggs only after presenting a passport. This was announced by the governor of the region, Vladislav Kuznetsov, on his Telegram channel. He explains that during his tour of the region, many local residents approached him with complaints about the shortage of a number of products in the shops.

“High prices for the products, which, on top of everything, are not enough for everyone. Eggs are sold only against a passport – as it was in the 90s! I have instructed to quickly create a stock of eggs in Bilibino sufficient to cover the demand,” Kuznetsov wrote.

According to him, a poultry farm should be built in Bilibino, but in order to put it into operation, feed subsidies must be provided. “We will solve the issue, we have put it on the agenda of the government on Friday,” the governor promised.

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