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Russia to Expel Residents in Ukraine’s Seized Territories Refusing Russian Passports Starting January 1, 2024

Nov 24, 2023

Another Russian War Crime

Russia plans to forcibly remove Ukrainians from the occupied territories who do not accept Russian passports starting on January 1, 2024. According to reports, anyone in the occupied areas who declines Russian citizenship by that date will be considered “foreigners” and subjected to expulsion.

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This action has raised concerns about violations of international humanitarian law, particularly the Geneva Conventions. Ukrainians in these areas without Russian passports will face restrictions on movement and access to essential services. This move appears aimed at exerting control and influence over the population in these regions.

More About Russian War Crimes

War crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine, include deliberate killings of civilians, attacks on civilian property and infrastructure, targeting of humanitarian workers, and indiscriminate attacks causing personal, physical, or environmental damage. These incidents occurred in various regions of Ukraine from February 24, 2022, onwards. The documented proof in the link below provides specific dates, locations, and descriptions of each incident.


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