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The occupiers opened a recruiting center for collaborators in the Zaporozhye region

Since there are not many who want to cooperate with the invaders, in order to create a picture for the Kremlin TV channels, the invaders are forced to import “activists” from the territory of the occupied Crimea.

In the Zaporozhye region opened a center for cooperation with the invaders / photo hromadske.radio

AT Berdyansk a recruiting center was opened for those wishing to cooperate with the occupation authorities (collaborators).

This was reported in the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine in Facebook.

“However, there are not many who want it, even despite serious “material incentives,” the intelligence agency notes.

In order to create a picture for the Kremlin TV channels, the invaders are forced to import “activists” from the territory of the occupied Crimea. In the temporarily occupied large settlements of the southern part of the Zaporozhye region, representatives of the occupation authorities are searching for collaborators who will create “extras” at the so-called “spontaneous actions” in support of the referendum. This, according to representatives of the occupation administrations, will help reduce the degree of dissatisfaction with the war. And besides, it will allow creating an appropriate picture on TV for citizens of the Russian Federation. In particular, the arrival of Russian specialists to Melitopol to conduct PR campaigns was noted.

For participation in the so-called “actions of support” of the occupation regime and the provision of personal passport data, local residents are promised humanitarian aid, which will be delivered from the Russian Federation. Local residents with pro-Russian views and representatives of the United Russia party are appointed to oversee the distribution of “humanitarian aid” and holding actions.

As UNIAN previously reported, Russian troops vulnerable in the Zaporozhye directionare transferring forces from the Donbass

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