Russians take children from Kherson region to Russia for ‘rehabilitation’ and 'pump' them with propaganda

Russians take children from Kherson region to Russia for ‘rehabilitation’ and 'pump' them with propaganda

In the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region, the enemy is organizing so-called "rehabilitation" programs for children in Russia, where Russian propaganda is used against minors.

Yuriy Sobolevsky, First Deputy Chairman of the Kherson Regional Council, said this at a briefing at the Ukraine-Ukraine Media Center, according to Ukrinform.

"The occupation authorities are focusing on our children. Once again, these large-scale so-called 'rehabilitation' programs for children have been launched, when the only goal is to get them to the territory of the Russian Federation and spend as much time there as possible," Sobolevsky said.

According to him, during such 'rehabilitation' propaganda is being carried out, brainwashing children into believing that "Russia is wonderful, and the Kherson region is Russia, Russia is here forever."

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As reported, in the occupied territory of the Kherson region, the invaders use access to basic humanitarian needs as a lever of pressure on the local population to conduct Russian passportization, in particular, the provision of medical care - the situation is worsening.

In the fall, the Ukrainian Armed Forces liberated the right-bank part of the Kherson region, including the city of Kherson. The part of the region located on the left bank of the Dnipro River was temporarily occupied by Russian troops.

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