To organize this process, the so-called "State unitary campaign" was created, which is controlled by the former People's Deputy and deputy of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Council from Opposition Platform — For Life (political party) Yevhen Balytskyi. Currently, he is appointed as the so-called "head of the regional occupation administration in Zaporizhzhia”.
Collaborators under the guise of nationalization seized, in particular, Ukrainian elevators to create an effective infrastructure for the export of grain.
The so-called "State unitary campaign" has set purchase prices for agricultural products, which do not suit agricultural producers, so they try not to sell the crop, but to store it in warehouses.
To increase the pressure on the locals, Yevhen Balytskyi said that the residents can be divided into those who support the Russian Federation and can stay, and others who have to leave the region