Russian occupation regime brings in 800 Russian police officers to Zaporizhzhia Oblast

Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov has reported that the Russian occupation regime has brought in 800 police officers from the Russian Federation to Zaporizhzhia Oblast.

Source: Ivan Fedorov on Telegram

Quote from Fedorov: "[The occupation authorities] have reported in the Russian media that they have brought 800 police officers from Rostov Oblast and Krasnodar Krai to Zaporizhzhia Oblast.

[...] They are once again trying to scare people into submission by threatening them with additional law enforcement officers and prisons."

Details: Fedorov said that the new officers are expected to be deployed in the settlements of Tokmak, Polohy and Vasylivka, though they will spend nights in a "safer place" in light of fears of subversive operations by Ukrainian partisans.

Previously: Russian forces in the occupied territories of Zaporizhzhia and Kherson oblasts are preparing for new, large-scale check-ups of the residents' "loyalty".

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