Russia relocates entire factory from near Kharkiv, sets up concentration camp in its place

25 April, 02:08 PM
A prison was set up on the premises of the plant (Photo:donaldtong94/pexels)

A prison was set up on the premises of the plant (Photo:donaldtong94/pexels)

Invading Russian forces have relocated an entire plant from Vovchyanka in Kharkiv Oblast to Russia, and set up a concentration camp on its former grounds, Ukrainian news agency Ukrinform reported on April 25.

“The factory’s buildings were made into a prison, an actual concentration camp, where (Ukrainian) people are tortured, coerced into collaboration and enlisting into the Russian military,” said Oleh Synehubov – head of the Kharkiv regional administration.

The official added that Moscow adopted a similar approach in occupied Izyum, attempting to “mobilize” locals into the war against their own country.

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