Writes Stranaya for a more convincing Roar referred to his father. “My father was considered a priority to eat well. He believed in something to deny yourself, but a healthy diet is very important,” – said the Minister.
In his understanding, in the same way do the rest of the Ukrainians, in its history, survivors of famine and war.
Answering the question of why the Germans spend on food is not 50% of income and 14%, Reva explained: they just have a different diet and a different diet. “Given that food prices are about the same in Ukraine and Germany, they eat less, not because they have no opportunity, but because such a culture,” says Reva.
The edition reminds that the average wage in Germany is 10 times higher than Ukrainian. The level of income of Ukrainians has not kept pace with rising prices and rates: as of 1 January 2017 the debt of Ukrainians for housing and communal services amounted to a record 23 billion — 10 billion more than the year before.
I remember a similar example in Russia. In 2015, the Yekaterinburg Deputy Ilya Gaffner advised to eat less to those who are in crisis is not enough money.