Russia resettling Ukrainians 5,500 miles away in Siberia and far east Russia
People in Mariupol are being asked to sign papers claiming Ukrainian troops shelled their city.
Vladimir Putin has sent almost 100,000 Ukrainian refugees thousands of miles away from their home, to resettle in remote corners of Russia, including Siberia and the Arctic Circle, according to Kremlin documents.
Moscow made the emergency order last month to move 95,739 people of the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Donetsk, and Luhansk away from the war zones to be resettled as far as 5,500 miles away from their homes.
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