Russia creates fake volunteer units in occupied Ukraine: locals refuse to serve
Occupying Russian forces have created what they call volunteer units in the temporarily occupied parts of Ukraine, but locals are refusing to join up.
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
"Thus, according to the enemy's estimates, up to 7% of locals serve in Sudoplatov and Margelov battalions, which were created by collaborators in Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions, accordingly. That is, the majority of residents of the temporarily occupied territories have ignored the "volunteer" battalions," the National Resistance Center noted.
In the fake “volunteer” units created by the Russian invaders in the temporarily occupied territories, most of the personnel are Russian citizens and mercenaries from Serbia, which proves that the locals do not support the occupation and ignore the Russians.
In the occupied town of Dovzhansk, Russians are training schoolchildren as labor reserves. In particular, children are taught and forced to make camouflage nets and trench candles for the Russian occupying troops.
In the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories, Russian-installed authorities have initiated inspections of taxi drivers. They are seeking information about which citizens are driving during the curfew hours.