In the occupied Melitopol, the invaders promise "social assistance" in exchange for personal data

In the occupied Melitopol, the invaders promise “social assistance” in exchange for personal data

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In the temporarily occupied Melitopol, the Russians promise to pay 10,000 rubles of “social assistance” only after providing passport data, codes and a child’s birth certificate.

About this reported on the website of the Center of National Resistance.

In Melitopol, parents of schoolchildren who were forced to send their children to schools where Russian teachers currently work did not receive a payment of 10,000 rubles.

«Earlier, the occupiers promised everyone such help if the children would study at school. After all, the Russians first created a humanitarian crisis to force people to look for any opportunity to survive. But now, in order to receive the promised payment, you need to prepare a package of documents“, the post says.

Now you need to write an application and submit copies of the parents’ passports with other codes and the child’s birth certificate. A residence permit or other proof of residence is also required. Only after that, the Russians promise to pay the funds.

«This is needed by the Russians, who are trying by all means to collect personal data of citizens in order to increase the pace of forced passporting“, the message adds.

The resistance forces assume that the next stage for receiving social benefits will be the presence of a Russian passport. Residents are urged to boycott the passporting of the enemy and evacuate from the occupied territories for the period of the operation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to liberate the region.

It was previously reported that the Russian military is trying to prevent children in Melitopol from studying remotely according to the Ukrainian program.

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