The closure of the store, like the closure of schools, is what inevitably leads to the extinction of the village. Residents of an already small settlement - the village of Kromskaya, Fatezhsky district - are confident that their settlement will soon disappear from the inhabited population. The reason is the closure of the only store
“After the saleswoman was fired, no replacement was found,” the villagers admit, “as a result, we have to go to Fatezh or Kursk to buy food by hook or by crook. We are trying to negotiate with those who travel "to civilization", to place orders. But not all products can be purchased for future use. The same bread, as there is nowhere to buy, has to be dried, converted into crackers."
The problem is quite understandable, however, there is practically no hope that the store will start working in the near future. According to the latest census data, Kromskaya is an endangered village with fewer than three dozen people. This means that store holders do not have to count on excess profits. Nevertheless, with the arrival of winter, it will become even more difficult for local residents to get to large settlements, which means that they will simply not be able to do without a regular car shop. Kursktv will show whether the local authorities will meet the people or dismiss the impending problem.