Ukraine LIVE: Brit special forces ‘helped liberate Snake Island' from Putin's troops

THE UKRAINIAN Defence Ministry has requested its citizens in a key area seized by Russia to reveal where Moscow’s troops were living and who among the local population was collaborating with the occupying authorities, reports state.

The fighting between Russia and Ukraine that started on February 24 has been going on for five months now.

The statement by the ministry’s defence intelligence directorate was aimed at people in and around the southern city of Enerhodar, which is home to a major nuclear power station.

It said on Saturday, adding that exact coordinates were desirable: “Please let us know as a matter of urgency the exact location of the occupying troops’ bases and their residential addresses … and the places of residence of the commanding staff.”


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