Russia subjects to 'filtration' measures residents of occupied Rubizhne who suffered from Russian bombing
Russian occupation authorities of Rubizhne, Luhansk region, used the dropping of a Russian bomb on high-rise buildings in the city on January 8 to carry out additional 'filtration' measures
This was reported by Ukraine's National Resistance Centre (NRC).
More than 300 people were evicted from the bombing area. In the homes of these residents, in their absence, the Russian forces arbitrarily searched their homes.
According to the NRC, people were held in temporary detention centres, where the invading Russian forces also checked their data, phones and Russian passports.
As a result, Russian forces detained several people who were suspected of disloyalty.
- On January 8, the invading Russian forces attacked the surviving high-rise buildings in the temporarily occupied Rubizhne, Luhansk region, from the air. Due to the presence of witnesses and many victims, Russian forces failed to conceal the incident.