In the temporarily occupied territory of the Luhansk region, the occupiers continue to forcibly resettle pro-Ukrainian residents, the General Staff reports.
So, during the past week, about 20 local farmers were deported from the settlements of Denezhnikovo and Shtormov, Luhansk region. All of them were taken out allegedly as part of anti-sabotage measures, although in fact they were taken out for a pro-Ukrainian position. That is, the occupiers continue to carry out repressions, because after the deportation to Luhansk, the further fate of these people is unknown.
It will be recalled that the day before it became known that the enemy forcibly took about 30 residents of Bilovodsk (Luhansk region) to Luhansk. All of them are suspected of “supporting the Armed Forces.” Their exact whereabouts are currently unknown.
Earlier in the Luhansk region, in the village of Markivka, the occupiers put 40 local residents on a bus and forcibly took them to an unknown destination.
The Center of National Resistance calls on the residents of the temporarily occupied territories to leave the region and move to the territories under the control of the Government of Ukraine.