Occupiers take families out of Melitopol and forbid collaborators to leave for Crimea
Collaborators, when trying to leave for Crimea, are turned back to the Zaporizhzhia region.
Panic is spreading among the Russian occupiers in Melitopol, so they have been taking their families out of the city for the fifth day in a row. Also, the invaders are afraid of local partisans.
This was announced by the mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov.
"Among the occupiers, there is a terrible mood, so for the fifth day they have been carrying out an operation to evacuate their families from the territory of the city of Melitopol. Collaborators are not allowed into Crimea. And there are already several examples when collaborators are deployed at a checkpoint in Crimea and returned to the occupied territory of the Zaporizhzhia region," the city chairman said.
He also shared a story about Russians panic.
"Near their houses, entrances, they completely cut down the trees, because they are afraid of the resistance forces and Melitopol partisans so that they would not be blown up, like one of the collaborators," Fedorov said.
According to him, the enemies are afraid of provocations at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which their own associates organize.
Also today, Fedorov said that the Russian invaders were mining heating plants and boiler buildings to accuse Ukraine and Armed Forces of disrupting the heating season.