Russian police raid Kherson region, searching for underground group
Russian Investigative Committee police officers raided the Henichesk district, Kherson region, in search of an underground group. They engaged in looting, following their usual pattern
The National Resistance Center reported the information.
Russian policemen are reportedly conducting crackdowns in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region.
As per experts from the National Resistance Center, Russian Investigative Committee police officers conducted a raid in the Henichesk district, seeking the underground. During the operation, they sealed off the village, searched houses, and attempted to identify informants for the Defense Forces of Ukraine.
"However, in fact, the Russians were engaged in their traditional business of looting, repression and intimidation. The enemy paid special attention to those who did not refuse to receive a Russian passport," stated the Center.
The National Resistance Center emphasizes that those responsible for crimes against the Ukrainian people will be held accountable.
Volodymyr Kovalenko, the mayor of Nova Kakhovka, shared how Russia is coercing people into accepting Russian citizenship and restricting their rights.