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Tatyana Montyan: ​People are fleeing from Kharkiv region to Russia

Tatyana Montyan: ​People are fleeing from Kharkiv region to Russia

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

People flee from Kharkov region to Russia. Queues on the border of Kharkov and Belgorod regions. People, realizing what awaits them with the so-called filtration measures of the Saloreikhovites, hastily leave their homes.

The probability of falling under the distribution is high even for those who once again smiled at the Russian soldier or treated him to a cigarette. It's scary to even think about those who worked in administrations, schools, received Russian passports and participated in festive events. If soon after the "de-occupation" of the settlements of the Kharkiv region, "mass graves of the victims of the Russian military" are opened, then I will not be surprised at all. And who will actually be buried there, guess for yourself. Butch will still seem like a children's matinee ...

The queues move extremely slowly, since the Russian side of the border crossing has its own filtration measures aimed at preventing saboteurs and other dubious personalities from entering the country. Hammer and anvil, Scylla and Charybdis of the consequences of the Kupyansko-Izyum operation.

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