Ukrainians’ refusal to cooperate with the invaders thwarted the Kremlin’s plan to transfer the Kherson region to rubles

The refusal of Ukrainians to cooperate with the authorities of the temporarily occupied territories creates big problems for the occupiers.

This was reported by Ukrinform with reference to the Center for Counteracting Disinformation in Telegram.

In the Kherson region, due to the refusal of Ukrainian banking specialists, three branches of the Russian Promsvyazbank did not open, which frustrated the Kremlin’s plans to switch to settlements in rubles.

According to the JRC, citing the US analytical center Institute for the Study of War, despite intimidation, the majority of teachers in the temporarily occupied territories refuse to cooperate, which forces the Russian Federation to compensate for the shortage of teachers at the expense of Crimean teachers.

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As a lever of pressure, the Russian “administration” provides humanitarian aid to the residents of Mariupol in exchange for agreeing to mine and clear the rubble.

Due to the refusal of Ukrainian medical workers in the Luhansk region, the Russian authorities are forced to import Russian doctors from Novosibirsk and Volgograd.

In addition, the occupation authorities are forced to transfer Russian officials to new positions in the occupation “administrations” and fill vacancies with Russian workers at Ukrainian enterprises.

As Ukrinform reported, the Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine refuted the fake that there is no help from the UN, and scammers distribute leaflets about providing assistance.

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In fact, Ukrainians have the opportunity to apply for assistance from international organizations. The program operates within the Dopomoga platform and was created by the Cabinet of Ministers with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Ukraine and the Swedish government to support Ukrainians during Russian aggression.

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