Russian troops have established a “screening camp” for civilians fleeing Mariupol — AFU General Staff
Russian troops have established a “screening camp” for civilians trying to flee Mariupol in Dokuchayevsk in the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk region.
General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine: “Russian troops have established a “screening camp” in the city of Dokuchayevsk in the Donetsk region for civilians trying to flee Mariupol. The punitive authorities of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation are subjecting the detained civilians to so-called “screening measures.”
Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine: “Today we have confirmed information about the establishment of a Russian screening camp in Dokuchayevsk in the Donetsk region. Civilians, whose documents are taken away from them, are sent there en masse. Employees of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation “work” with the civilians there. Their goal is to uncover those who have taken part in Anti Terrorist or Joint Forces Operations, as well as Ukrainian military personnel and law enforcement officers. From there, people are sent to the Russian Federation, in particular Taganrog (in the Rostov region) and Krasnodar Krai.”