Russian forces kill residents of occupied Oleshky, having Ukrainian passports
In Oleshky, Russian soldiers are conducting massive punitive raids and killing people for holding Ukrainian passports
This is reported by Information Resistance, citing Evocation.info.
Amid of the expansion of the Ukrainian Armed Forces' footholds on the left bank of the Dnipro River, invading Russian forces are panicking and taking out their anger on civilians. They believe that the Ukrainian underground is to blame.
Residents of Oleshky reported that the town is virtually isolated, with the occupying Russian army conducting raids on the streets and thorough checks at checkpoints. They are looking for fire adjusters and partisans.
Those who are found with Ukrainian passports are beaten and abducted. Several people are found dead, and the circumstances of their deaths are being concealed by the Russian occupation forces.
These repressions are organized by the head of the local Rosgvardia, Gennadiy Fayzulin, and FSB officer Vadim Trotsenko. In Oleshky, soldiers of the 24th Regiment, commanded by Anatoly Kazantsev, also commit atrocities.