The First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs spoke about the consequences of the shelling of the Russian military and the discovery of collaborators in the de-occupied territories on the air of the all-Ukrainian telethon “Yedini Novyni”.
As Yevgeny Yenin reported, the enemy continues to attack critical infrastructure. Currently, there is no power supply in 507 settlements in eight regions of our country. Kharkiv Oblast is the most affected, where 112 settlements were cut off, Donetsk Oblast and Kherson Oblast – more than 90, Mykolaiv Oblast – 82, Zaporizhia Oblast – 76, Luhansk Oblast – 43.
The civilian population is suffering due to terrorist attacks and the death toll is increasing daily.
“According to the National Police, more than 9,400 civilians died and about 6,800 were injured. Unfortunately, there are also children among them: since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, 461 children have died,” said Yevgeny Yenin.
According to him, the police are recording new and new crimes of the enemy in the territories liberated by the Ukrainian troops, which the enemy is shelling the hardest.
“As soon as the Russians escaped from Kherson, they started firing on civilians every day. About 600 war crimes have already been documented by investigative units of the National Police in the de-occupied territory of the Kherson region. In Kharkiv region, which is shelled almost the most, investigators have documented 3,400 war crimes. 41 facts were added in the past day alone. About 900 bodies have already been found in the de-occupied territories of the Kharkiv region, of which 700 are civilians, more than 80 are military personnel, and more than 100 are Russian military personnel. 111 bodies were found in Kherson region, 75 of them are civilians,” said the first deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
He also reported that the police continued their work to identify collaborators in the de-occupied territories. In particular, about 13,000 people were checked in the Kherson region, of which 161 people were detained, who may be involved in cooperation with the occupation forces, espionage or collaborative activities.