Russian-occupied territories: children do not study, towns have no heating - official
In Russian-controlled towns in Luhansk region, civilians are offered to burn wood in apartment buildings, and children cannot study because school buildings are being used as hospitals
The head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Artem Lysohor, said.
"While the invaders are trying to organise distance learning in the surviving schools of Sievierodonetsk, children in Rubizhne do not even have this right. For example, the invaders have set up a military hospital in one of the school buildings," he said.
It is noted that since the Russian invaders cut off mobile communications and the Internet in the city, there is no place for schoolchildren to come once a week to receive their homework.
In addition, the head of the military administration noted that residents of frontline towns in the so-called LPR have been offered to buy firewood in the absence of central heating. This applies to residents of Lysychansk, Rubizhne and Sievierodonetsk.
"The 'LPR' government put them on an equal footing with residents of areas with stove heating and offered them to queue for compensation to buy firewood. They implied that they would have no heat in their homes this winter. However, they did not specify how to use this fuel in an apartment building that is not designed for stove heating," the head of the military administration pointed out.
- The day before, it was reported that in the temporarily occupied settlements of Luhansk region, Russians adopted a procedure for compensation for the purchase of coal and firewood for the heating season, but it does not apply to residents who do not have a Russian passport.
- And in Rubizhne, Russians are welding doors to the roofs of multi-storey buildings to prevent residents from having access to mobile communications.