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Authorities in Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia order phone checks on residents

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Russian-installed authorities in Ukraine’s occupied region of Zaporizhzhia ordered phone checks on local residents, announcing the implementation of military censorship under Russian President Vladimir Putin’s martial law decree.

“From today in the Zaporizhzhia region, law enforcement officers have begun a selective preventing check of the mobile phones of citizens,” Moscow-appointed official Vladimir Rogov said. He said those subscribed to “propaganda resources of the terrorist Kyiv regime” will receive a warning, before being fined.


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