Ukrainians continue to resist the occupation of their native land, and keep the enemy in constant tension. The National Resistance Center has prepared an overview of the main events in the temporarily occupied territories.
Guerrillas help destroy the enemy
Last week, the armed forces of Ukraine delivered a precision strike on a Russian ammunition depot near one of the temporarily occupied settlements in Zaporozhye. It was the information from the local underground that helped to learn about the deployment of the warehouse and adjusted the attack on the enemy.
Meanwhile, in Crimea, partisans damaged the railway track in one of the sections.
The railway was damaged in the Bakhchysaray district, as a result of which traffic along the track was stopped. The occupiers initially kept the event quiet, and then tried to explain the damage as “the passage of a heavy truck”.
Local residents continue to resist with non-violent methods, in particular by spreading Ukrainian propaganda. Thus, yellow ribbons and patriotic posters were flying on the streets of temporarily occupied Sevastopol.
A similar action took place in Melitopol, where local heroes distributed more than 700 yellow and blue ribbons and patriotic posters. The city constantly reminds the occupiers that Melitopol is Ukraine.
The Russians were never able to get most of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant staff to agree to cooperate. Yes, the occupiers demand that the station’s workers sign a contract with Rosatom, but most refuse to work for the enemy. The Russians cannot expel these people, because they do not have free specialists in this field.
The occupiers are looking for partisans and will prohibit free movement in the cities
The Russians promise a monetary reward for information about the partisans, but instead of payments they detain “informants.” The occupiers promise money for information about partisans, or about informants and administrators of patriotic communities in social networks. We are talking about amounts from several thousand Russian rubles.
Also, from March 1, the new rules of the occupation authorities in Berdyansk come into force, which actually close the exit from the city. The enemy does not control the situation in the city, so it introduces new restrictions. Thus, in an attempt to stop partisan activities, the occupiers force people to issue passes for movement outside the city. In effect, this means an exit ban on anyone the Russians consider disloyal.
The enemy continues to commit genocide of the population on the TOT. Yes, the occupiers go door-to-door and demand to receive documentation of property rights and the like in accordance with the norms of Russian legislation, and this is possible only in the presence of Russian citizenship.
At the same time, the enemy withdraws Ukrainian documents. When applying for Russian citizenship, a Ukrainian passport is also required, although dual citizenship is not prohibited in the Russian Federation. Note that the destruction of self-identification is one of the signs of genocide.