In the occupied city of Enerhodar in the Zaporizhzhia region, the occupiers have intensified inspections of local residents.
Source: National Resistance Center
"In Enerhodar, checks of local residents at checkpoints have become more frequent. They check cell phones for Ukrainian applications and photo galleries. They also check for the presence of a Russian passport."
According to the Civil Defense Center, the enemy selectively searches apartments in the occupied city in search of "saboteurs".
"They check gadgets in apartments and even look for 'extremist literature'. All this is happening as part of the "preparation for a counteroffensive" that the Russians expect in this area of the front," the Resistance said.-
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 22/04/2023