Occupants terrorize Ukrainian in Kherson region, forcing to take Russian passport to have medical assistance
The Russian occupation troops are putting enormous pressure on Ukrainians who refuse to take the documents of the aggressor state. In particular, Ukrainian citizens are restricted in the provision of medical services.
This was told by the first deputy head of the Kherson regional council, Yuriy Sobolevsky in an interview with the Ukrinform agency. According to him, it is very difficult to survive in the occupation without a Russian passport.
In addition, the occupiers conduct enhanced checks at checkpoints and will check the presence of documents from the Russian Federation.
"It's very difficult (to survive without a Russian passport in the occupation. - Ed.) because the pressure on people who do not have this passport is simply insane. It includes restrictions on medical services and increased checks at checkpoints," Sobolevsky said.
Ukrainians without Russian documents are simply denied service in some medical institutions. There are hospitals where people with Ukrainian passports are still accepted but they threaten that next time there will be no "indulgences".
In most cases, these threats come from doctors who were brought to the occupied cities of Ukraine from Russia by the occupants. At the same time, according to Sobolevsky, local doctors treat the population differently.
Earlier Russian-appointed so-called "head" of the administration of the Lazurne settlement in the Kherson region Alexander Dudka threatened that residents who had not received a Russian passport would not be issued medicines. In particular, people with diabetes would not receive insulin.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the Russians are actively preparing illegal elections so that Russian propaganda could demonstrate the "results" needed by the Kremlin in the temporarily occupied territory of the Zaporizhzhia region. Pressure on the local population to obtain passports of the aggressor country is also increasing.