Occupiers place personnel in buildings where children live.
In the temporarily occupied territories, the Russian occupiers use civilian buildings to house their troops. In particular, civilian families with children are accommodated on the upper floors of the buildings in the hotels on the TOT of Zaporizhzhia region. At the same time, servicemen of the Russian Armed Forces are housed on the lower floors.
Using civilians as cover is a common practice for Russian troops. They systematically place military equipment and personnel in sleeping areas and next to private homes of the civilian population. It is forbidden to leave for civilians where they place them.
National Resistance Center thanks the local population on the TOT for informing the Defense Forces about the location and movement of the enemy.
You can learn about how to correctly transmit information about the enemy here.