In the occupied city of Lugansk, on the City’s Day, which is celebrated on September 10-11, activists distributed pro-Ukrainian leaflets and held meetings in support of the unity and integrity of Ukraine, the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine reports.
The leaflets stress the inevitability of punishment of the Russian occupiers, who committed crimes against the people of Ukraine.
In connection with this, the robust curfew regime was introduced in the formations and units of the 2nd Army Corps (Lugansk) of the Russian Armed Forces (additional patrols, pass cards and restrictions on movement in some parts of the city).
“In order to avoid carrying out propaganda activities against the Russian occupation with using drones, the units of air defense and electronic warfare got fully operational,” the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine reports.
PHOTO: the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine
Ukraine and Turkey will jointly produce military equipment
German politicians came to occupied Crimea
Russia: Question of humanitarian pause in Syria is not relev
MFA calls Syrian AMB to account for statement on Crimea
Occupants are preparing "electrical noose" for Crimean
It became known, where Ukrainians go to work
Plane crashed in Malta
Iraq: Two journalists killed in a war zone
Crimea felt lack of qualified health professionals
Lviv hosts National Communities Forum
Darkness and queues on ferry await Crimea
Disabled ATO soldiers proved their strength
The 46 Film Festival Molodist opened in Kyiv
"My Ukraine" on canvas of artist
Largest entertainment park for children opened in Kyiv
Power outages began in Crimea
Defendant in "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case missed birth of daughter
Chubarov: Mogilev fled from Crimea, when we fought for it
IS Militants shot nearly 300 people in Mosul
Merkel predicts sanctions against RF for actions in Syria
ATO Headquarters: Militants used Grads in Luhansk direction
Egypt resold "Mistrals" to Russia for $ 1
Russia refused to release Kolchenko and Sentsov to Ukraine
Dzhemilev and TİKA opened the Crimean Tatar cultural center
RF Cabinet of Ministers ‘snips’ Black Sea