In the village of Iskra (Izyum district, Kharkiv region), which was liberated from occupation at the beginning of September, residents talk about looting by Russians.
Occupiers repeatedly robbed the residents whom they “liberated”.
Occupiers also looted civilian infrastructure. In particular, the Russians ransacked the unit of the power supply distance, which is engaged in the maintenance of railway contact networks. Not only equipment was stolen from the facility, but also walkie-talkies and copper.
Currently, the village is slowly recovering and trying to return to normal life. At the same time, the Center of National Resistance emphasizes that every occupier and collaborator will not avoid responsibility for war crimes committed on the territory of our state.