Evading Russian army: Police in occupied Luhansk region put 800 deserters on wanted list in two months
In the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk region, Russian-appointed police officers have put about 800 deserters on the wanted list over the past two months
This was reported by the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration Artem Lysohor.
According to him, the number of deserters among the locals in the so-called LPR is increasing.
"In particular, over the past two months alone, the 'people's police of the LPR' have put about 800 people on the wanted list," the statement reads.
In addition, the head of the Military Administration noted that local residents of occupied Sievierodonetsk complain that the modular boilers installed by the Russians in their chosen multi-storey buildings do not heat.
Such boilers can only maintain the heating system, protecting it from freezing. Instead, the citizens are waiting for bills for heat supply, which they have not felt.
In addition, in the temporarily occupied Melitopol and the surrounding area, Russians are intensifying searches and interrogations of civilians as partisan movements increase and the number of cases of desertion by Russian soldiers grows.