The gas station is selling petrol for 35.30 hryvnia (almost $1.5), while its price on the government-controlled territory of Ukraine is less than 22 hryvnia (less than $1)
Below is a currency exchange booth in Amstor supermarket in Donetsk. Author of the photo writes that eggs cost 22 hryvnia (almost $1), potatoes - 10 hryvnia ($0.4), cucumbers 65 hryvnia ($2.7), meat 80-140 hryvnia ($3.3-5.8) in Amstor.
Here is the shelf with condensed milk in the former ATB supermarket on Illicha Street, which was 'rebranded' into the 'First Republic's Supermarket' during the occupation.
The tea produced in the Russian Federation costs 62 hryvnia (almost $2.6) for a 250 grams pack. This tea may cost about 20 hryvnia (less than $1) in Kyiv.
"There are restrictions on the volume of goods available to be purchased, and I didn't get it about the bills (the notice reads that the checkout cashier does not take bills of the old pattern). Why they are not satisfied with the old ones?" the blogger writes.
In public transport of Donetsk…
"'The fairy tale meadow' in Donetsk is one of the most beautiful and well-furnished sites specially designed for children. You may see my images of two years ago. But the 'DPR' bandits just shit on beautiful, well-furnished places, and children," the blogger writes.
The fairytales featured by the sculptures are Russian by the way but the 'Russian World' is so, you know, Russian...
He can now boast of this in social networks as no one would dare to say a word to him for he has got an assault rifle.
The wife of terrorist Motorola has boasted of a present for her birthday from her husband in social networks - the car worth of 500,000 hryvnia ($20,000). And you say that the DPR is not prosperous.
"While residents of 'the young republic' experience shortage of money to buy some cereal, Motorola has wrestled this half a million hryvnia worth SUV away from someone and made his wife a present. That's what I call a story of success. I hope the starving people of the 'DPR' will rejoice for their hero," blogger Denys Kazantsev, a native of Donetsk, writes.
It is also in Donetsk. Not everyone agrees with Motorola's wife.