KomsomolskaiaPravda in Ukraine reports that almost the entire staff is at work.Girls in green overalls are scrubbing floors, others are shiningthe shelves, and still others are checking the expiration date ofall goods. The administrator told the cashiers "anyone without aname tag will not work tomorrow."
Cashiers in their turn are surprised - they say"where should we get them over night?" Talking to journalists theadministrator pretended that she has not heard anything regardingthe arrival of the Prime Minister. It shall be noted that theprices in the supermarket are surprisingly low: eggs - 0.77 UAH,potatoes - from 2.3 UAH, carrots - from 2.7 UAH, chicken wings - 20UAH per kilo, chicken legs - 24 UAH, fillet - 40 UAH , Viennasausage - 57.79 UAH per kilo, liter of the cheapest vegetable oil -11.16 UAH, a small Kyiv cake - 46.47 UAH, large tangerines - 15.7UAH.
Whether these prices are a result of discounts,or, more likely, they became special for the arrival of Azarov. Butthe utility services apparently did not know of the arrival of thePrime Minister in advance, because the walk through the square islife threatening. Pecherska square is piled with snow up to aperson's height and the pavement is iced. It is especially slipperyin front of the supermarket.
It should be noted that on February 4 theCabinet informed that on February 5, in order to check the prices,quality and origin of products, Mykola Azarov will visit a grocerystore. It is known that journalists will gather at Pecherskasquare.