Part of the Zaporizhzhya region, south-east of Ukraine, is under the control of the Russian army. The occupiers try their best to stay in power, so they use all kinds of methods of intimidation and influence on Ukrainians.
The head of the military administration addressed people on the occasion of the Day of remembrance of the victims of political repression. Oleksandr Starukh told about the already known crimes of the red (bloody) Russian army on the territory of the Zaporizhzhya region.
In the first days of the occupation, the enemy army stole the leaders of the protests. Then the Russians began to take hostage journalists, activists, former military and people involved in the anti-terrorist operation in the Donbas. Since the beginning of May, Russian war criminals have set up filtration camps on the bases of detention facilities. Oleksandr Starukh notes that the filtration Russian camp is built on the example of the German concentration camps. Russian soldiers also tortured, beat and do their best to break the Ukrainian people. Cases of electrocution and abuse have already been recorded.
276 people have already been taken prisoner. Of these, 161 have already been released. They told about the brutality of the occupiers. 115 are still in captivity.
Such brutal methods of warfare are complemented by a global threat to peace — a hunger strike. Ukraine has practically been removed from the map of exporters of products due to Russian aggression. This puts the world on the brink of a new artificial hunger.