More than 300 residents of Mariupol were taken by the russian invaders to the village of Vrangel in the north-east of the russian federation - this is a few hours’ drive from Vladivostok. Russian activist Yelena Rusakova wrote this on Facebook.
"They brought them as they were, from the basements, from the bombings", - she writes. - In winter clothes, empty-handed. They do not have seasonal clothes and basic things for everyday use. Why they were transported so far - you need to ask the governor, he considers these already affected people as a workforce and reports on plans to bring several thousand people. In fact, people are exhausted, most have health problems".
According to the author of the post, caring residents of Primorye do their best to help persons displayed against their will.
As OstroV reported, deported Ukrainians from the Donbas are massively relocated to the Far East. Local authorities, in particular, reported that more than 300 people were settled in temporary detention centers in Spassk, Lazovsky district, Ussuriysk, Vladivostok and Artyom. "More than 600 vacancies in the field of education, health care, catering, transport and logistics, as well as nonprofessional occupations that do not require qualifications" were selected for the deportees.