Russians loot houses in occupied Luhansk region – General Staff
Russian forces continue to loot the homes of Ukrainians and intensify filtering measures in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, AFU General Staff reports.
In the village of Bokovo-Khrustalne, the Luhansk region, Russian forces are looting the homes of local residents.
In five settlements of the Kherson region, the Russian military conducts mass searches of residential premises and checks mobile phones.
According to the General Staff, Russians pay the most attention to residents who have SIM cards of Ukrainian operators.
In the city of Berdyansk, the Zaporizhzhia region, Russian-backed authorities are trying to export stolen grain by loading it onto enemy cargo ships.
The Russians admitted that they had taken away the icons of the 18th-19th century from the Orthodox church in the occupied Energodar. They allegedly transferred the church valuables to the captured Melitopol Museum of Local History.
The enemy began to remove equipment from the training center of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.
On April 28, Ukraine's army successfully repelled 48 enemy attacks in the Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, and Marinka directions, while the enemy launched a missile attack on the city of Uman in the Cherkasy region, the Dnipro region, and Ukrainka in the Kyiv region.