Employees of the so-called Investigative Department of Russia are raiding educational institutions in the occupied territories of Kherson Region in search of informants for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the National Resistance Centre has said.
"The Russians are looking for teenagers who, in their opinion, are involved in helping the Ukrainian Defence Forces to liberate their native land. The heirs of the chekists are going around colleges and schools and conducting 'preventive conversations'," the National Resistance Centre notes.
During interrogations, students are offered to hand over teenagers who they consider "disloyal" and are subjected to psychological pressure. The teenagers are told about the criminal articles they may face and possible "consequences".
As reported earlier, in occupied Henichesk the Russians threaten the locals that if they do not obtain a Russian passport, they will be forcibly deported to Siberia and all their property will be confiscated.