Invaders preparing forced ‘evacuation’ of Enerhodar residents - Resistance Center

Invaders preparing forced ‘evacuation’ of Enerhodar residents - Resistance Center

The Russian invaders are preparing forced "evacuation" of residents from Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia region.

This was reported by the National Resistance Center of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

"The occupiers are preparing for the "evacuation" of local residents from Enerhodar. For this, the local nuclear power plant, which was captured by the Russians, must provide buses. People are planned to be taken to Dzhankoi (AR Crimea). At the beginning, the "evacuation" is voluntary, but as usual, the occupiers practice forced evictions then," the report says.

At the same time, the National Resistance Center reminded that the Russians closed the checkpoint in Vasylivka, from where residents of the temporarily occupied territories were leaving for Ukrainian-controlled territory.

As reported by Ukrinform, the pressure on civilians continues in the temporarily occupied territories of Zaporizhzhia region. In particular, the Russian invaders announced that they want to relocate children to Moscow and have already taken about 200.


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