The invaders come out of the forests only when they are hungry, they are immediately detained by law enforcement officers to replenish the exchange fund. 

This is reported by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 

The First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Yevgeny Yenin, said that after the liberation of Kharkiv Oblast, the Russian occupiers are still hiding in the forests.

The police find and detain them almost every day.

"Due to hunger, they go to populated areas, where they are detained by specialists of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. And, complying with the requirements of the Geneva Conventions, they replenish the exchange fund," Yenin said. 

The Ministry of Internal Affairs also reported that they have set up roadblocks in Kharkiv region and are detaining collaborators. 

"From the first days of the war, after the liberation of populated areas of the Kharkiv region, the police set up a network of checkpoints. In a day, the number of detained potential collaborators could reach 40 people, who were handed over to the bodies of the Security Service of Ukraine for further processing," the message says. 

We will remind you that the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation recognized a serious defeat in the Kharkiv region and a retreat in the south.

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