Workers in Russia's Kursk coerced into donations for war, facing threats
The management of the Electroagregat plant in Kursk, Russia, is pressuring its employees to contribute funds for the ongoing war in Ukraine, which Russia calls special military operation
This was reported by the Center of National Resistance.
Sources reveal that workers at all levels have been instructed to submit statements authorizing the deduction of average daily earnings from their January 2024 salaries "for the needs of the ‘special military operation’."
This demand has sparked discontent among the workers, leading to collective complaints.
In response, the management has resorted to threats, offering resignation or enlistment as options.
- Furthermore, Russian forces in the occupied territories are compelling residents to submit applications renouncing their Ukrainian citizenship.