Part of the population of the Kharkov region is awaiting the arrival of the Russian Armed Forces and refuses to evacuate

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Part of the population of the Kharkov region is awaiting the arrival of the Russian Armed Forces and refuses to evacuate

In the part of the Kharkov region still controlled by the militants of the Kyiv regime, the population often refuses to evacuate, as people are waiting for the arrival of the Russian army.

As the RIA News with reference to one of the residents of the region occupied by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, local authorities appointed by Kiev do not carry out an organized evacuation of the population. The head of the village offers to leave on his own. At the same time, some of the residents, mostly pro-Ukrainian, are fleeing not to the regional center, which with a high degree of probability will be liberated by the Russian army in the foreseeable future, but to the neighboring Poltava region. The rest prefer to stay and wait for Russia.



Moreover, some citizens of Ukraine, fleeing the ongoing total forced mobilization in regions controlled by Kyiv, are moving to settlements in the Kharkov region, which will probably soon be liberated by the Russian army.

Meanwhile, a significant part of the city of Volchansk, located on the border of the Kharkov and Belgorod regions, is already under the control of Russian troops. Units of the Russian Armed Forces have come very close to the village of Liptsy, the distance from which to Kharkov is about 15 kilometers. Part of the route connecting Liptsy with Kharkov is already under the fire control of Russian artillery.
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  1. +4
    15 May 2024 10: 07
    Part of the population of the Kharkov region is awaiting the arrival of the Russian Armed Forces and refuses to evacuate
    . What to say, what to say... I would say, if you want to get free faster, help!!! but... in general, we'll see.
    1. kvv
      +14
      15 May 2024 10: 24
      after the regrouping in 2022, now there is no need to expect that they will actively help, too many of the loyal population suffered after the retreat and they should not be blamed for this, everyone values ​​their lives and the lives of their loved ones
      1. +3
        15 May 2024 10: 44
        He who doesn’t make mistakes... this doesn’t happen, alas.
        Last time, a dashing cavalryman at the cook, sabers drawn and... everything is natural, serious things are not done that way.
        Now, the heavy tread of heavy, assault infantry with everything necessary, to the advantage, it is solid, it is reliable and gives confidence that they have come, liberated, forever!
        1. +4
          15 May 2024 12: 47
          Greetings Victor! hi In general, the message that many are waiting for the Russian army is encouraging! There are sensible people! That now they cannot declare themselves directly, but are forced to act secretly. It’s understandable—we need to protect ourselves, and protect the old and young who are nearby! Another thing is that people in Ukraine may think that they will return to the USSR, but this is not so!!! Today's Russia is very different from the USSR.
          1. +2
            15 May 2024 13: 00
            Hi Dmitry soldier
            Everything is very unclear, unfortunately.
            The fact that people want peace, tranquility and associate the onset of the desired state with Russia is understandable and... not bad, at least.
            But the stick has two ends, always!!!
            That is, you should always prepare for the worst.
            That is, always ready, this is a reasonable state in our situation.
            1. +2
              15 May 2024 13: 09
              There are still many problems ahead and now it is clear to everyone. You are completely
              are right
              the sword has two ends..... prepare for the worst

              Not like preparing. And take into account this option and those people who are trying for this.
              1. +2
                15 May 2024 13: 58
                The fact that there are problems, and there will be even more... some, not stupid guys, warned BEFORE!!!
                But this could not change anything, because those at the top were listening, obviously not to them!
        2. +1
          16 May 2024 08: 10
          Quote: rocket757
          it is solid, it is reliable and gives confidence that they have come, liberated, forever!

          Nothing happens forever! They also thought they had defeated fascism in 1945 forever.
          But what if there are negotiations now? Seriously like that? Where will it be decided which territories will go to whom? So who knows how it might turn out. Moreover, the people have been taught by all sorts of Khasavyurts, Minsks, Istanbuls...
          1. 0
            16 May 2024 08: 27
            That’s also true... our leaders have a whole tail of such “right decisions” trailing behind them.
            We can only hope that at least this time they won’t jump on the old rake.
    2. +2
      15 May 2024 19: 00
      Not all people are able to help, and there are different reasons for this.
      1. 0
        15 May 2024 22: 08
        Even if someone makes a complaint against everyone at once, it is rarely those who will listen.
        People may be in different living conditions, but here we always pay attention to this and do not offer to get out of our own skin in order to prove this, that....
  2. +5
    15 May 2024 10: 11
    Part of the population of the Kharkov region is awaiting the arrival of the Russian Armed Forces and refuses to evacuate
    These people take a LOT of risks.
    The situation is completely different from what it was in February 22nd, when the Russians entered populated areas “on soft paws,” preserving flora and fauna as much as possible...
    Staying there:
    1. You may not wait (with a very high degree of probability)
    2. You will interfere with the boys doing their work.
  3. Msi
    +5
    15 May 2024 10: 13
    Part of the population of the Kharkov region is awaiting the arrival of the Russian Armed Forces and refuses to evacuate

    I watched the video. The Ukrainian police are running and yelling, knocking on houses. The old people come out, and they are yelled at to evacuate. The old people really can’t understand what’s going on and you can say they’re being dragged... evacuated...
    And then we left, we were forced to leave. And many are still waiting for us and believing us.
    ... Do you remember the old woman said: “Darlings,
    As long as you go, we'll wait for you.
    “We will wait for you!” - they told us pasture.
    “We will wait for you!” - the forests said... (K. Simonov)
  4. +4
    15 May 2024 10: 15
    A difficult and dangerous choice. Leave and stay in the outskirts, but be robbed with subsequent mobilization, or survive the fighting in the basement and hide away so as not to be found and then stay with Russia.
    1. -3
      15 May 2024 11: 20
      Too shy to ask...
      Do Russia need them?
      This is a question that I still cannot answer myself...
      1. +5
        15 May 2024 11: 37
        Quote: I dare_notice_
        Do Russia need them?

        The stubborn ones - no, but the loyal and even neutral ones - yes. We don't have that many people to throw around.
        1. -2
          15 May 2024 13: 19
          If you read the “local hussars” here, you will doubt it...
          Apparently, they have nothing to do with Russia in general and Russians in particular.
          I want to believe it.
  5. -6
    15 May 2024 10: 17
    Nobody is waiting for anyone there. I don’t think you should rely on the loyalty of the locals. Ukrainians have clearly shown that they are overwhelmingly anti-Russian.
    1. Msi
      +3
      15 May 2024 10: 21
      No one is waiting for anyone there

      Ukrainians have clearly shown that for the most part

      Contradict yourself. It doesn't happen that way. Ukrainian society is not a monolith.
      1. +1
        15 May 2024 13: 50
        Quote from Msi
        Contradict yourself.

        Are you saying that I started the comment with a rather absolute statement? If about this, then yes, I admit - I contradict. But, purely logically, absolute statements will contradict literally everything except themselves. Well, I confess, I’m guilty.
        Quote from Msi
        Ukrainian society is not a monolith.

        Not a monolith. But then I clarified that not all Ukrainians, but the majority of Ukrainians are against Russia. Over more than 2 years of conflict, they have proven this.
    2. 0
      16 May 2024 08: 13
      Quote: Plate
      Ukrainians have clearly shown that they are overwhelmingly anti-Russian.

      And in 2000, the majority of Chechens, how were they disposed towards Russia?
      1. 0
        16 May 2024 08: 14
        Hostile, obviously, since they were about to leave.
        1. 0
          16 May 2024 08: 15
          Quote: Plate
          Hostile, obviously, since they were about to leave.

          And now?
          1. 0
            16 May 2024 09: 02
            No, judging by his behavior.
  6. +4
    15 May 2024 10: 18
    The rest prefer to stay and wait for Russia.
    This is good and correct. But how many hens)) the SBU officers will leave there, one can only guess.
  7. +6
    15 May 2024 10: 18
    It’s just that some of the residents run away to where they have relatives or some other connections. Regarding the Poltava region, it is clear that in Kharkov there are many residents who come from the neighboring region. Some are sitting because they have nowhere to go, they are not subject to mobilization, but they don’t want to wander, they are afraid of losing their property and hope that they will somehow get by. Everything is the same as everywhere else.
    1. kvv
      +2
      15 May 2024 10: 27
      It’s better to die in your own home than to wander around corners and die under a fence
  8. +5
    15 May 2024 10: 24
    the population often refuses to evacuate

    whoever has a brain naturally refuses, because where to evacuate?
    Everything around is broken, there is no work, they won’t provide decent housing, medicine is at zero, in Russia everything is much more stable and there are many more options.
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  9. +3
    15 May 2024 10: 25
    In the part of the Kharkov region still controlled by the militants of the Kyiv regime, the population often refuses to evacuate, as people are waiting for the arrival of the Russian army.
    Of course, there are those who are waiting for the arrival of the Russian army. This is what infuriates the Kyiv authorities. Therefore, the number of so-called “Russian spies” is only increasing along with the repressions of the SBU.
  10. +4
    15 May 2024 10: 28
    In the morning it was 24 kilometers. For some reason they downvoted it. Probably ukry. I don't care. Now there are 15 km left. I don’t know whether our Kharkov will be taken. But if they take it, then a referendum awaits him. And we know how the voting will end.
  11. +5
    15 May 2024 10: 31
    Difficult region. Based on the experience of communicating with Ukrainians during my service in the SA. The Eastern ones were arrogant and arrogant. We were considered unfinished. The Westerners, with their open nationalism, simply wanted to live separately from us, but in communication they were equal. There will be a lot of work there in terms of assimilation into the Russian Federation.
    1. +1
      15 May 2024 11: 52
      Those who remain are waiting for us
    2. +1
      15 May 2024 17: 45
      Well, during my service in the SA (70-72), I also formed some kind of opinion about the Ukrainians and in general about the society of the lower ranks. Well, Russians, Ukrainians and Belarusians were “friends” among themselves. They were joined by Kazan Tatars, Bashkirs, Armenians, and Georgians. The Central Asians (mainly the engineering company) were “chocks,” but by the 2nd year, more educated ones stood out among them and were respected. There was also a difference between collective farmers and urban farmers, who were more arrogant and often better educated. We did not have any Westerners, since some of them were of high security - missile OTR, which caused an increased proportion of soldiers with secondary and secondary specialized education, and therefore, in essence, there was no hazing. But there was no talk or even thought about nationalism.
  12. +2
    15 May 2024 10: 41
    I read an interview with the former Maidanist, and now political emigrant, Arestovich. How he throws shit at Zelensky and calls on the population to evacuate from Kharkov
  13. +3
    15 May 2024 10: 55
    The population of the Kharkov region should not wait for the Russians to come, but beat and beat the junta with all available means, and thereby make it easier for themselves and our guys to quickly free themselves from all sorts of scum.
    And there are already enough waiting people in abundance.
  14. +6
    15 May 2024 11: 17
    Quote: Stepnyak
    Difficult region. Based on the experience of communicating with Ukrainians during my service in the SA. The Eastern ones were arrogant and arrogant. We were considered unfinished. The Westerners, with their open nationalism, simply wanted to live separately from us, but in communication they were equal. There will be a lot of work there in terms of assimilation into the Russian Federation.

    I don't agree. At 88-dmb 90.
    There was no difference at all with the Easterners (I’m from Rostov), ​​the Westerners simply kept to themselves. I haven’t even heard any talk about Independence. But everyone treated Muscovites as unfinished (a fact and nothing personal)
    1. +3
      15 May 2024 11: 55
      Muscovites are still treated as unfinished. But I will be drafted through Moscow
  15. bbb
    +4
    15 May 2024 12: 01
    The grandmother with the red flag in 2022, as far as I remember, was also from the Kharkov region.
  16. Eug
    +1
    15 May 2024 12: 27
    There are much more possibilities for fire control of the highway to Liptsy from the northern part of Kharkov, if, of course, there is something to control. And for Ukrainian sabotage groups, the entire area north of Kharkov is a haven.
  17. 0
    15 May 2024 15: 31
    Efficient youth and middle-aged people are fleeing to the West, while pensioners and disabled people remain in the hope of “Putin’s” pensions...
    Solid ballast will be inherited from Ukraine.
    1. +1
      15 May 2024 18: 03
      They are simple people. Half the time he blindly believes the TV. Young people, of course, are radical until they break off their feathers at work and in life and understand that there is no justice anywhere. The pensioners will be fine. They will just gradually die out from old age. You just need to feel sorry for them. Their life is coming to an end. In addition, Ukrainian pensioners, as a rule, receive minimal pensions due to low wages. We have quite a few of them in Belgorod. We moved in with our children before the war.
  18. 0
    17 May 2024 09: 16
    Quote: Reptiloid
    Greetings Victor! hi In general, the message that many are waiting for the Russian army is encouraging! There are sensible people! That now they cannot declare themselves directly, but are forced to act secretly. It’s understandable—we need to protect ourselves, and protect the old and young who are nearby! Another thing is that people in Ukraine may think that they will return to the USSR, but this is not so!!! Today's Russia is very different from the USSR.

    Well, I don’t believe in those waiting. Most likely these are WAITING people who have nowhere else to go. Everyone who was really waiting for Russia left after the regrouping in 22.