Invading Russian forces abducted several teachers in the town of Enerhodar, mayor Dmytro Orlov said on his Telegram channel, on Aug. 30.
“Terror in Enerhodar doesn’t stop, but only takes on new forms,” he wrote.
“On the eve of the new academic year, the invaders began to intimidate education workers.”
According to him, on Aug. 29, Russian invaders abducted several teachers from their own homes and took them away to an unknown location. The reason for their kidnapping has not been revealed.
“I ask all teachers to be careful,” Orlov added.
“If possible, move to the territories controlled by Ukraine.”
On Aug. 29, as a result of the shelling of residential areas of Enerhodar by Russian troops, ten people were injured and at least 20 cars were damaged.
Enerhodar is located next to the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, and many of the plant’s workers are Enerhodar residents. They have been occupied by Russian forces since March.