Lysohor: the occupants are looking for "moles" among the traitors of Ukraine in Luhansk region
In the temporarily occupied Luhansk region, the special services of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation are checking collaborators for relatives in non-occupied territories. Those detained for making a phone call in Severodonetsk are sent to dig trenches.
Also, the occupiers continue to terrorize the civilian population, opening fire from artillery on the villages. This was reported in Telegram by the head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration Artem Lysoрor.
According to him, the occupation administrations of Kadiivka and Alchevsk are being checked by the FSB. The enemy is interrogating traitors on the presence of relatives in the territory controlled by Ukraine. Also, the special services of the Russian Federation are checking everyone who has access to "state secrets".
Lysogor emphasized that similar measures will be carried out by the Russians in every settlement of the Luhansk region. The enemy is doing this because in the so-called "LPR" the Russians want to increase the "spy detection rate".
At the same time, the Russians first fined those who made calls to Ukraine-controlled territory, and then started detaining them. In Severodonetsk, locals say that after they were detained, they were taken outside the city and forced to make fortifications for the occupants. They dug trenches for two weeks at a time.
We recall that at the end of June, Russian troops became active in several sections of the front in the Luhansk region. They are attempting to go in for assaults, intensifying air strikes, and at the same time preparing mercenaries brought in from Russian prisons for war.
Earlier it was reported that in the Luhansk region the Ukrainian Defense Forces showed tactical success in some areas, they are improving their positions.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the Russian terrorist army is destroying Ukrainian settlements it has captured. After the arrival of the Russians, the town of Severodonetsk was turned into ruins, others as well. Before the full-scale invasion, more than 100,000 people lived in Severodonetsk.
By the way, in the temporarily Russian-occupied Severodonetsk in the Luhansk region, local collaborators are beginning to look for ways to flee the city. Some have already taken their families to occupied Luhansk.