The temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine remain a shaky foundation for the enemy’s plans, as the underground does not stop its work. The National Resistance Center has prepared a new overview of the main events of the week.
Invincibility of resistance
In the temporarily occupied Melitopol, a flash mob of the local women’s underground is rising up. The resistance movement “Evil Mavka” staged a flash mob to tear down and trample Russian flags.
In turn, in search of the underground, the Russians are intensifying “filtration measures” with searches of cars of local residents in the temporarily occupied territories of Zaporizhzhia region.
In the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson region, Russians conduct a so-called population census. The goal: to check the civilian population of the region for the presence of a Russian passport and involvement in the partisan movement.
They also turn off mobile communications in the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson region so that local residents cannot transmit information about Russian troops to the Defense Forces of Ukraine.
Repression and robbery
The occupiers planned to conduct new «medical examinations» for children of the TOT of Luhansk region in order to prepare them for further export to the territory of the Russian Federation. The so-called «medical examinations» in the temporarily occupied territories are only fiction, which Russians use as an excuse for the further removal of children.
And also in mid-May, the occupiers held measures of “military-patriotic education” for schoolchildren in the temporarily occupied Crimea, where children are prepared for hostilities against Ukraine – they are taught automatic weapons shooting and first aid.
Meanwhile, collaborators, whom the occupation administration appointed «leaders» of the Berdiansk Art Museum Isaac Brodsky, received instructions on the looting of cultural property of Zaporizhzhia.
At the same time, Kadyrov fighters in the temporarily occupied territory of Zaporizhzhia region are robbing abandoned offices and shops. The stolen property is taken to the territory of the Russian Federation. This practice has already become systematic, and the occupation «police» refuse to respond to these cases.
Moreover, many Russian criminals wanted in Russia have found refuge in the temporarily occupied territories. The occupation administrations are not too concerned about the situation, because the «security measures» in the understanding of the occupiers are not to ensure law and order, but to fight partisans and intimidate local residents.
The occupiers also arrest men in the TOT, in order to put pressure on detainees, persuading them to serve in the occupying army.