National Resistance Center: Russia tries to hide war crimes by classifying statistics
The Russian authorities are trying to hide information about the increase in crime in the regions bordering Ukraine. In particular, the aggressor has classified data on crimes in the Kursk and Belgorod regions.
It is known that in 2023, these regions became leaders in the number of crimes involving weapons. This was reported by the National Resistance Center.
During the year, the Russian military, including the occupiers who fought on the territory of Ukraine, systematically committed crimes in the Kursk and Belgorod regions. It is also known that the invaders often used weapons.
It is worth noting that most crimes committed by Russians in the temporarily occupied territories are not registered at all, and therefore not investigated.
The National Resistance Center assured that all occupiers involved in crimes against the Ukrainian people would not escape punishment.
As a reminder, in October, Russian terrorists shot dead nine people in the city of Volnovakha, Donetsk region. Children were among the victims.
Earlier, it was reported that on December 24, the Russian army shelled the central part of Kherson with artillery. An elderly couple and one man were killed as a result of the war criminals' actions.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Russian occupiers are accelerating their efforts to integrate the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine into the political and legal field of the Russian aggressor country. They are trying to do this by the end of 2023.