Russians search for partisans in occupied Ukraine, have tons of fake denunciations
Serhiy Lyshenko, a deputy of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Council, says that the Russian forces are already suffering from the creation of a network of informers in the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia region
He said this on Espreso.
"There is currently no official information on the series of explosions in Melitopol and Berdyansk yesterday. There are only rumors that these are partisan actions, and anti-guerrilla raids are being conducted there. Moreover, the enemy has outplayed itself. Because a network of informers has been created in the occupied territories, who regularly inform and have certain advantages without having problems with the FSB and the police," explained Lyshenko.
According to a deputy of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Council, a trend to write denunciations against anyone has emerged among a certain part of the population in the temporarily occupied Zaporizhzhia region.
"And when the invaders really need to find the necessary information, they are simply overwhelmed by these fictitious denunciations that cannot be analyzed and responded to promptly. They are already trying to impose sanctions for fictitious denunciations," Lyshenko noted.
- Ukraine's Foreign Affairs Ministry has called on the international community to strongly condemn Russia's intention to hold presidential elections on the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories and to impose sanctions on all those involved in organizing and conducting them.
- In the temporarily occupied Melitopol, the Russian forces have begun preparations for the pseudo-presidential elections in Russia. Performers were brought to the city to campaign for Vladimir Putin and the "Russian world.”
- In the temporarily occupied territories, Russians are depriving children of the opportunity to receive Ukrainian education and threatening them with deportation and orphanages for those who refuse to study under the Russian curriculum.