FSB uses Ukrainians forced to leave for Russia in propaganda campaigns

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FSB employees . Source: Russian media

After the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, many of our compatriots were forced to flee the war to the territory of the Russian Federation. Now they are being actively "hunted" by Russian special services.

People are being "persuaded" to shoot videos in support of the "SMO" under pressure. The details were reported by the National Resistance Center.

"The Russian FSB is hunting Ukrainians who were forced to leave their homeland for Russia under various pretexts. During interrogations, Ukrainians are forced to record videos in support of the 'SMO' as part of an information campaign against our country to avoid problems," the statement said.

The NRC emphasized that the special services of the aggressor state are actually using Ukrainians as hostages.

"Such actions are another cynical crime of the Kremlin, which for the sake of its insane anti-human policy uses the grief of people who have been deprived of their homes and homeland by the Russian Federation," the Center added.

The Center also urged to report the FSB representatives involved in such interrogations so that they could be identified and brought to justice in the future.

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