In Zaporozhye region, Russians rob houses and divide business – OVA

According to local residents of the occupied settlements, the number of Russian military is increasing.

In the Zaporozhye region, Russians rob houses and divide business / photo REUTERS
In the Zaporozhye region, Russians rob houses and divide business / photo REUTERS

In the occupied settlements of the Zaporozhye region, the Russian military rob the houses of civilians and try to take over local businesses.

The facts of looting are reported by the Zaporozhye Regional Military Administration in Telegram .

It is noted that the inhabitants of the villages of Novogorovka declare an increase in the number of military personnel of the Russian Federation. There, the invaders settled in the school and the house of culture.

“The situation is the same in the village of Inzhenernoye, Pologovsky district. In Gusarka, the Russians settled in abandoned houses, yesterday they made a detour, after which they robbed the houses from which they left,” the OVA said. “In Vasilyevka, the number of Russian military already exceeds the number of local residents. The occupiers continue to rob the civilian population, taking everything they like from their homes.”

It is also reported that in Berdyansk the occupiers are trying to seize local businesses and divide them between collaborators:

“The owners of cafes and restaurants who left the city and refused to cooperate with the enemy were left without their property: the Russians decided to take it in favor of the so-called” city administration “. Consequently, the establishments were transferred to the management of collaborators.”

Earlier it was reported that in the occupied Energodar, Zaporozhye region , negotiations are underway to release the kidnapped fireman .

(C)UNIAN 2022

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