The Russian occupiers continue to intimidate the population in the temporarily occupied territories. Hundreds of wounded invaders are being taken to the hospitals of the occupied cities.
Source: General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces on Facebook
Quote: “Only in the last few days, about 100 wounded Russian invaders were taken to the Starobilsk city hospital in Luhansk Oblast.
Due to the overcrowding of the hospital, after stabilisation measures, they are transported to hospitals in the city of Luhansk or to the territory of Russia.”
Details: In Horlivka, Donetsk Oblast, the occupiers are forcing employees of so-called local republican companies to obtain Russian passports: “If the requirements are not met by 1 March 2023, the employees will be fired”.
The Russians continue to put pressure on and intimidate the local population in the temporarily occupied territories.
In particular, in the Dzhankoi district of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, the occupiers conducted searches at the homes of more than 20 families of Crimean Tatars and made six arrests, allegedly on suspicion of preparing sabotage and terrorist attacks.