The enemy continues to practice forced “evacuation” for propaganda purposes and to justify the deportation of Ukrainians.
Thus, the Russians took part of the residents of the temporarily occupied Oleshky (Kherson region) to Chaplynka forcibly, allegedly because of Ukrainian shelling. At the same time, the enemy occupies the empty homes of the locals.
Looting is also actively looding in the settlement. This is what “Russian liberation” looks like, namely, the replacement of the local people and the looting of the latter.
At the same time, the residents of Oleshky who were “evacuated” were taken to another city, where they will have no other way out, without the means of subsistence, than to obtain an enemy’s passport in order to receive payments of 10,000 rubles.