Ukrainian symbols are prevalent in occupied territories
Russian collaborators in the temporarily occupied territories express dissatisfaction with the prevalence of Ukrainian symbols, primarily yellow and blue ones
The Center of National Resistance reports this.
The statement points out that Russians are frustrated by the significant presence of Ukrainian symbols, such as flags and colors, within Ukrainian settlements.
The occupying forces, despite their efforts, have failed to gain the trust of the local population. Consequently, the unmistakable attributes of the Ukrainian flag are intentionally displayed in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territory, serving as a constant reminder of the population's resistance during the conflict.
In response, the collaborators resort to enlisting individuals from pseudo-social movements, termed "volunteers," to work alongside the Russian military. Their purpose is to remove Ukrainian symbols and replace them with the Russian tricolor.
“This attempt to erase Ukrainian symbols is futile. The fact remains that even if these areas were to be liberated, the local sentiment towards Russians would persist as hostile. Superficial demonstrations will not alter this underlying reality,” the Center emphasized.
Collaborators from Zaporizhzhia had complained to Putin about the shortage of teachers. In response, Russia announced its plan to send their own educators to the occupied schools.
On July 11, it was revealed that in the temporarily occupied regions of Zaporizhzhia and Kherson, the Russians encountered difficulty establishing branches of their propaganda apparatus due to a shortage of propagandists.
Similarly, collaborators within the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories lament the shortage of workers for utility companies, and consequently request the deployment of Russian utility personnel.