The enemy blocked the village of Polovynkine in the temporarily occupied territories of the Luhansk region for “filtration measures”.
The village was surrounded and blocked off entry and exit. The reason was successful airstrikes on enemy positions, for which the occupiers blamed the local population. It is known that as a result of the raid, 30 residents of the village were repressed and taken to Luhansk.
The Russians apply the principle of “collective responsibility” to the villagers. At the same time, the enemy is trapped in his illusions and does not understand that almost every resident can report their position on TOT, because they are occupiers, not “liberators”. Accordingly, such measures will not bring results.
On New Year’s Eve, the occupiers restricted movement between villages in the Zaporizhia region in order to prevent information about their movements from becoming public.