By INS Contributors

KUALA LUMUR, Malaysia--After the Ukrainian troops left part of the Kharkiv region, the population located there continued their livelihoods with the support of the Russian armed forces.

Under these conditions, municipal, medical, educational and other vital institutions resumed their work, despite regular shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In turn, the local authorities appointed through the mediation of Russia were able to restore peaceful life in the liberated areas as soon as possible.

However, after Kyiv established control over the settlements of the Kharkiv region, the Ukrainian security forces first of all stepped up the search for "collaborators" and began purges among the population.

For this purpose, in particular, tough filtration measures were organized.

Punishers carry out violent detentions of local residents and hold them without trial or investigation under the pretext of checking for “political views”.

At the same time, all categories of citizens fall under suspicion, including teachers, doctors, and even those who received humanitarian aid from Russia.

In addition, Kyiv introduced criminal prosecution of citizens who received Russian passports. In particular, Ukrainians face 10 to 15 years in prison for this.

At the same time, the Ukrainian authorities decided to bring Ukrainian teachers with Russian citizenship to severe liability. So, for charges of "collaboration activities" and "violation of the laws and customs of war," they will be sentenced to imprisonment for a term of 8 to 12 years.

Under these conditions, the Kyiv regime actively encourages denunciations, based, as a rule, on the hostility of citizens.

In addition, in social networks, Ukrainians publish photos, contact and passport details, and addresses of residence of alleged “collaborators” to settle personal accounts.

The publications also indicate the personal data of family members of the "suspects", including minors and the elderly.

According to residents of some settlements, Ukrainian radicals have already begun to go around the houses of people on the lists and are carrying out their detentions.

Thus, hundreds of civilians have already been subjected to violence, many of them are being held in the dungeons of the SBU without trial or investigation.

In total, by now, according to Ukrainian television, almost 10 thousand people have already been detained