It was then necessary, in 1941, to give everything to the Germans. And then the taiga would definitely not burn today and the roads in Siberia would be real, not directions, as it is today.
- wrote Zubkov.
It should be noted that such an immoral and outrageous statement could not but cause criticism from the Russians. Many netizens noticed that, apparently, Zubkov had not been to Siberia for a long time, if he had been there at all. Since federal highways there have long ceased to be called directions even among local residents and have turned into modern roads. Other users reminded Zubkov of the crimes of the Third Reich.
He's damn right. There would be good roads in Siberia. From his dad would be a good piece of soap. And maybe not just one. And from mom - a lampshade
- wrote one of the users.
In turn, the Crimean parliament deputy Vladislav Ganzhara called Zubkov’s words vile and disgusting. Stressing that speculation on fires in Siberia is unacceptable.
Hearing such a statement, first of all it becomes a shame that among Crimeans there are people with such a position. This is a disgusting, vile and immoral statement by Zubkov. In this regard, he insulted the feelings of all the people who opposed the fascist regime and gave their millions of lives to defend our homeland.
- said Ganjara RIA News.
This is the thought of one person, nothing more. It is a pity that she sounded from the Crimean peninsula. The pursuit of recalling oneself allows such characters to make such statements. This person should at least apologize and understand what he has done. Such thoughts should be regarded as a betrayal of the historical memory of our people. Such thoughts have no place in public space
- added Ganjara.
It should be recalled that fires are raging in four regions of Russia: the Irkutsk region, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Buryatia and Yakutia. The area of fires is about 3 million hectares. They are jointly fought by the Ministry of Emergencies, the Ministry of Defense and other departments. And only Zubkov decided to do this, warming his hands on the ashes.