In occupied Mariupol, the occupying forces moved to the next stage of looting.
The first was aimed at the so-called “nationalization” of personal transport for the civilian population to use for their own purposes.
The second is to force local residents, entrepreneurs and other social groups who did not have time to leave the city to repair damaged military equipment of the Russian Federation. This practice was already used earlier, at the beginning of the first phase of the Russian-Ukrainian war. When local entrepreneurs not only had to provide the logistical needs of the occupying forces, but also pay salaries to individual units in exchange for their lives.
Despite the difficult situation on the TOT, the National Resistance Center recommends citizens who find themselves in a similar situation, using practical advice on non-violent resistance, to conduct subversive activities against the occupying forces and administrations.