Occupation authorities in Donetsk spread rumors of lifting curfew – OSINT group
Representatives of the occupation administration of Donetsk are spreading these rumors to reduce the irritation from the curfew among the local population.
Rumors about the expected lifting of curfew are being spread among the local population in the occupied city of Donetsk.
Russian proxies claim the curfew could be replaced with some kind of "enhanced patrolling regime," the Information Resistance OSINT group reported.
Representatives of the occupation administration of Donetsk are spreading these rumors to reduce tensions among the local population caused by the long-imposed curfew.
The invaders imposed a "curfew," a ban on appearing in public places, from 23:00 to 05:00.
People spotted on the streets during this period are detained, taken into custody, and forced to community works.