The prosecutor’s office reported the suspicion of the forced passportization on the occupied territories

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The prosecutor’s office of the Luhansk region reported the suspicion of forced “passportization” of Ukrainians to two heads of the so-called “Migration Service Department of Internal Affairs Ministry of the People Republic of LNR”.

According to the General Prosecutor Office, the head of the so-called “Migration Service Department of Internal Affairs Ministry of LNR” and his deputy were reported suspicion of forced “passportization” of Ukrainian citizens who live on the territories uncontrolled by the state authorities. The actions of “officials” are qualified as an encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine, a terrorist organization activities support, violation of the laws and customs of war”.

According to the investigation, in 2018 the Russian Federation occupation administration began the process of issuing “passports of the People’s Republic of China” to residents through the education, medicine, and social protection institutions “officials” help. the “Department of Migration Service” of the Russian Federation occupation administration is responsible for conducting the policy of planting the citizenship of the pseudo-republic. At the same time, the absence of such a “document” is a reason for employment denial, dismissal, social benefits termination, expulsion from educational institutions, etc.

As the General Prosecutor Office states, more than 200,000 people have probably received passports from the Luhansk People’s Republic according to preliminary data.

We remind, the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office reported earlier that it collected the proofs of compulsory passportization of inhabitants on the territories occupied by Russia for their transfer to the International criminal court.

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