Life after the special operation: who will rebuild the cities of Ukraine

– How is the establishment of a peaceful life in the territories of Ukraine under the control of Russian troops? Are new authorities being formed there?

– Everything goes its own way. The military-civil administration of the Zaporizhia region created on my initiative became a pioneer and an example for other territories – Kherson, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Sumy, Kyiv regions. Other regions are still lagging behind us, although Zaporozhye itself is still under the control of the Zelensky regime.

70% of the territory of the Zaporozhye region is under the control of Russian troops, but the regional center is still under the control of the Ukrainian authorities. The military-civil administration is an institution of wartime power to interact with local elites and build relationships with those people who want to be useful to their compatriots, relatives and friends.

– In the Kherson area the “Committee of rescue of the Kherson region for the Peace and an order” is already created. And one of its members was killed yesterday …

– Pavel Slobodchikov was shot in Kherson yesterday. He is a man who organized the peaceful life and restarted the city’s life support system.

We have faced a regime of sabotage by the so-called “local elites”, and in fact – the classic Ukrainian baryg officials, who apparently believe that the word Ukraine comes from “steal”.

We recently came across a story when the deputy mayor of Energodar Ivan Samoidyuk, while receiving humanitarian aid from the Red Cross, immediately tried to identify it in several of his stores for sale. He was detained, and we organized the distribution of products by the Rosguard.

Samoidyuk is a native of Western Ukraine, a newcomer, one of those who were sent in large numbers to the cities of Eastern Ukraine to strengthen the Western vector. This process has been going on since the early 1990s and has intensified in the last 8 years.

Any city, especially a large one, is a very complex mechanism, in which there are a lot of things that we usually do not notice in a peaceful life. These are heating, hot and cold tap water, electricity supply, street cleaning, public transport.

As soon as the territory leaves Ukraine, Zelensky and his accomplices try to break it all. Or the regime of sabotage through officials who have been integrated into the power vertical, participated in some corruption schemes and each of them has a folder, and also involved in relations with neo-Nazi organizations. For example, the former mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov, who for 8 years, as deputy governor of the Zaporozhye region and mayor of Melitopol, created a stable group with the banned in Russia extremist “Right Sector”. He “highlighted” the most successful business to the militants of the Right Sector, where they later came and engaged in extortion, and then shared with Fedorov.

– Was he really exchanged for captured conscripts?

– Yes, it was exchanged for 9 of our soldiers. The boys escaped great danger, as our captured soldiers were tortured and even killed. Suffice it to mention the confessions of one of the Ukrainian doctors, who said on a TV channel owned by oligarch Akhmetov that he had ordered the castration of captive children who are admitted to Ukrainian hospitals.

On our side, prisoners are treated in exactly the opposite way: they treat not only APU servicemen, but even representatives of Nazi battalions. They must answer according to the law, not through genocide and murder. This is how we differ from them.

There is another topic. Thousands of families in the liberated territories today faced the fact that Zelensky’s team blocked the possibility of issuing birth certificates to parents, as well as marriage registration documents. Only death certificates can be issued. This is an electronic system, and it is blocked from Kiev. Thousands of newborns born this month have no documents. As if they do not exist.

My parents are turning to me, and I have prepared an appeal to the President of the Russian Federation with a request to develop an algorithm for issuing Russian documents to these children and thus legalize them. That is, the same thing is happening here as in Donbass, only in an accelerated version. Passports were not renewed there either, new ones were not issued. And first local passports began to be issued, and then Russian passports. So I hope that these newborns will become little Russians.

– How are the relations with the representatives of the old administration, do you find a common language with them?

– The process has started. There is communication, work with representatives of local authorities and, most importantly, with the parliamentary corps. Deputies are closer to the people and better understand their aspirations and concerns. In the Zaporozhye region, we already have several deputies of local councils and the regional council in the team – some openly, some secretly. People are ready to perform their functions and ensure the livelihood of settlements.

Plus several heads of the United Territorial Communities (UTG) have begun to work with us. Although these people have great fears, they are well aware of the fate of the two killed and at least three detained mayors who began cooperating with the military-civil administration in Kharkiv and Kherson regions. Zelensky was not at all worried about the fate of these people, unlike the fate of Ivan Fedorov. Because after his arrest, Vanya told us a lot of interesting things about the cases that connected him with Zelensky – including drug trafficking, which went through the military airfield of Melitopol with the assistance of the British and American military.

– Probably, partisan struggle on the part of supporters of the Kiev regime will unfold in the territories of Ukraine. How can you deal with it?

– With tough actions there will be no guerrilla struggle. If there is a point neutralization within the current legislation of all those who commit illegal acts, then very soon everything will end. A clear example is Melitopol, where after the arrest of several provocateurs who earned big money at protests, some of them immediately blew up, some asked for freedom with the words “I will not be”, and some sincerely repented. Because they saw what fate was in store for them.

The money was spent on them not just to go to rallies, but to turn them into “scapegoats” when needed and accuse us of killing them.

For example, during one of the marches of Zelensky’s supporters in Melitopol, we neutralized the bench of a sniper who was preparing to kill one of the participants in the attic of one of the houses. And then imagine that someone from the Russian side shot peaceful protesters.

In this situation, people’s brains turn on. People, 70-80% of the population, no longer want to be held hostage by 5-7% of active provocateurs. We have therefore now announced the recruitment to the People’s Militia, with material and product support. People realized that no one but them would be able to organize life in their communities.

The big problem is the hundreds and thousands of militants who, under the guise of civilians, are trying to get out and enter the territory controlled by the Zelensky regime. They are detained every day. Thanks to Russia, we have been supplied with gas analyzers, which allow us to determine whether a person had a weapon by analyzing the surface of the skin. There have been several provocations when militants seized civilian cars on the roads, threw people out of them and tried to break through to the west. About a dozen such stories have already been stopped, and the cars have been returned to their owners.

– It is clear that it is too early to talk about this, but in the future the destroyed cities will have to be rebuilt. Who will do it and at what expense?

– This is a big problem. We see that the tactics of the Zelensky regime are to substitute as much as possible those cities in which the population is most loyal to the Russian Federation. And they will end up the most destroyed. Mariupol, Kharkiv.

If there is a restart of even the remnants of the economy, the recovery can be carried out by local forces, of course, with the help of Russia. On the other hand, I now communicate with dozens of people from all over the world – from the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, Canada, even Mongolia, and even the entire Prime Minister of one of the African countries. All these people offered to help. Therefore, there is hope for these people who are ready to help us financially, organizationally and by sending humanitarian aid. But it is clear that the main burden of recovery will fall on the local population and Russia. This is our common cause.


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