45 of 69 parcels sent by Russian marauder soldiers via CDEK from Mazyr disappeared from the system or did not reach their recipients

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The Mediazona, citing the Database project, reports that two thirds of the parcels, which Russian soldiers sent through the CDEK delivery service in Mazyr, have the status “not delivered” (the parcel was delivered, but it “could not be given to the recipient, or the recipient did not take it within two weeks after delivery”) or “order not found” (the sending never existed or was deleted).

Other 17 parcels are on their way, five have already been delivered, and two are going to be delivered. The CDEK press service refused to provide Mediazona with information on specific parcels.

The company explained the complete disappearance of orders from the system by the fact that a customer could create an order through the website, but never send it, or send it, but not pay or take the parcel back.

On April 3, Belarusian Hajun Project published three hours of recording from online cameras of the CDEK office in Mazyr, which showed that soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces sent items stolen in Ukraine to Russia. The video got more than 1 million views.

На русском языке: 45 из 69 посылок, которые солдаты-мародёры ВС РФ отправляли через СДЭК из Мозыря, исчезли из системы или не дошли до адресатов

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