Center of National Resistance names reasons why residents of occupied Luhansk region leave for Russia
The local population of the temporarily occupied Luhansk region is forced to "evacuate" to Russia due to the inaction of the occupation 'authorities', the difficult security situation, lack of medicines, and destroyed infrastructure
The Center of National Resistance reports.
The socio-economic situation in the temporarily occupied territories of Luhansk region remains in crisis.
According to the Center, it is caused by high unemployment, rising prices for essential goods, and shortages of certain medicines. There is also a lack of supply of utilities, particularly in cities such as Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk.
In addition, the difficult security situation and destroyed infrastructure is an additional factor that encourages the local population to move deeper into the temporarily occupied territories with further "evacuation" to the territory of the Russian Federation.
The National Resistance Center believes that the occupation administration will continue to fail to meet the basic needs of the local population in the occupied regions of Ukraine in order to control the population.
- It was also reported that in one of the schools in the temporarily occupied Rubizhne, Luhansk region, the Russian invaders set up a military hospital, and children are deprived of the opportunity to study even remotely.