In the village council of Velyki Prohody, Kharkiv Oblast, which was occupied early spring, holes were made in the doors of the offices to watch prisoners of wars, Ukrainian Witness reports. In the next room Russians set up a chapel.
Russian occupiers turned village council offices to prison
Holes were made in doors to watch POWs, Ukrainian Witness reports from Velyki Prohody, Kharkiv Oblast, which was occupied early spring. In the room next to prison Russians set up… a chapel https://t.co/upSNJGKYkU pic.twitter.com/7F4TbeiSpR
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