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Russians carry out a “census” of household appliances in an occupied village



In the village of Borova, in the Kharkiv region, the invaders are carrying out a “census” of household appliances in each building, the village council said.

Source: Borova Village Council

Details: It is worth noting that the occupants check the premises of local residents, utility buildings, attics and basements, and move into empty houses and institutions of social infrastructure.

Particular attention is paid to hunters. They [the Russians] look for hunting weapons and take them away.

Cases were recorded when the invaders carried out a “census” of household appliances in separate buildings: they recorded the number of refrigerators, televisions, washing machines, microwave ovens, etc. in the houses.

The reason is unknown.

The village council said that even in the absence of hostilities, the occupants are losing heavy equipment. In the village of Bohuslavka, for example, the Russians decided to check whether they could cross the shallow Oskol River in tanks. They couldn’t even reach the river bed – two enemy tanks were so immersed in the mud that they couldn’t be pulled out.

Almost all settlements are occupied by occupation troops. Some parts of the occupying forces pass through the community in transit, others dig and build fortifications.