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Occupied territories: Collaborators are being sent for training to Siberia

Occupied territories: Collaborators are being sent for training to Siberia Photo: Occupiers send collaborators for training to Siberia (Getty Images)

Russians are sending collaborators from temporarily occupied territories who work in the state and local administration sector for training in Siberia. They are being replaced by their specialists, according to the National Resistance Center.

They explained that most Ukrainians who held relevant positions refused to work with occupiers. Those collaborators who agreed to do so often lacked the necessary education or held the lowest positions in this sector.

Therefore, Russian curators of collaborators from the Donetsk region sent them for training to the Krasnoyarsk Krai of the Russian Federation, at the Institute of State and Municipal Administration under the administration of the Krasnoyarsk Krai.

The National Resistance Center notes that this has been a common practice in Russia since the Soviet Union - to send people for training to relatively remote locations from their region of residence.

"In this way, the Kremlin lays the groundwork for further displacing local collaborators with Russian specialists, and instead sends them deep into Russian territories for more reliable assimilation," the National Resistance Centre emphasized.

Situation in the occupied territories

It was reported that the occupiers are inspecting students' phones for the presence of Ukrainian apps.

The National Resistance Center also reported that homes seized from Ukrainians by the occupiers are being handed over to collaborators.

Furthermore, Russian military forces are confiscating satellite television kits from residents of temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. This way, the enemy is blocking access to the truth, intensifying the information blockade of the region, and submerging local residents in the swamp of Russian propaganda.