"Luhansk, Alchevsk and Lutuhyne are Ukraine!": resistance movement is gaining momentum in the occupied territories. Photo
The Yellow Ribbon civil resistance movement is gaining momentum in the Russian-occupied territories. Activists are massively distributing pro-Ukrainian symbols in Luhansk, Alchevsk, and Lutuhyne, and reminding the occupiers that they have no place on Ukrainian soil.
OBOZ.UA has the relevant photos. According to activists, new participants are constantly joining the resistance movement.
In particular, 30 more activists from the Luhansk region alone joined the Yellow Ribbon last week.
The resistance movement continues to demonstrate to Russia and the world that even after 9 years of occupation of the eastern territories, Ukraine remains within the borders of 603,700 square kilometers.
Activists emphasize that they will continue to resist the occupiers. To become a part of the movement, you need to follow the link through the Razom chatbot.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, a representative of the ATESH guerrilla movement conducted a reconnaissance of the invaders' military facility in the Ukrainian Crimea temporarily occupied by Russians. He managed to enter the territory of the 80393 military unit in Feodosia.
Earlier, one of the ATESH agents showed a Russian base in the temporarily occupied village of Urzuf, Donetsk region, on the coastline between Berdiansk and Mariupol. A member of the resistance movement recorded the video and indicated the exact coordinates of the enemy's military facility.