The Ukrainian military showed the village council of the village of Velyki Prohody in the Kharkiv region, which was occupied by the occupiers. They turned the offices into a prison, and in the room next to it they set up a chapel.
The Russians occupied the Great Passes in the first days of spring and held them under control until the start of the counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The village is located only 16 km from the border with Russia.
“In the building of the village council, the offices were turned into a prison. The windows in the rooms were hardened, and holes were made in the office doors to watch the prisoners. Along with the solitary cells, the occupiers arranged a room with icons – in it, the God-fearing executioner, apparently, could confess after another bloody interrogation.
Something similar happened in GULAG: prisoners are tortured and killed there, and there is a chapel where you can pray for sins. Nothing superfluous, Russian minimalism in its natural form,” the project “Ukrainian Witness” noted.
Source: Ukrainian pravda