All because of the riot police raid
Wildberries published an official statement saying that the Elektrostal warehouse cannot yet return to normal operation.
More than 8 thousand employees at the Wildberries warehouse in Elektrostal cannot work due to an inspection by law enforcement agencies, and sellers face serious losses.
“Due to an inspection by law enforcement agencies, more than 8 thousand people employed at the Wildberries warehouse in Elektrostal cannot start work. Wildberries management is in constant contact with law enforcement officials. While work cannot be normalized, the inspection continues,” Wildberries said in a statement.
Wildberries confirms that hundreds of thousands of goods from sellers are not shipped to customers: “This situation threatens entrepreneurs with billions in losses during the high season.”
In the morning, security forces came to the Wildberries warehouse in Elektrostal with searches related to illegal migration. Law enforcement officers check passports and other documents of warehouse employees.
Not a good morning for the employees of the Wildberries warehouse in Elektrostal. Today riot police arrived there. According to Baza, several dozen security forces are now working on the territory of the warehouse near Moscow. Eyewitnesses report that they are catching illegal migrants and those who have recently received a Russian passport. According to employees, some detainees are given summonses to the military registration and enlistment office.