In the temporarily occupied Makiivka in Donetsk region, due to the lack of a centralized water supply, water is distributed in bottles.

Men who want to get water are checked for their records at the Military Commissariat, and sometimes they are served with summons just in line.

This was reported on the website of the Center of National Resistance.

The occupiers developed strict requirements for obtaining water from Makiivka.

It is issued only from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to residents who present a passport with local registration or a birth certificate if the recipient is a minor child.

Men are also checked for the presence of a record of being registered with the Military Commissariat.

"There have also been recorded cases when men received summonses while standing in line for water.

That is, the enemy is using the crisis in the region as a method of identifying men to replenish their army," the report says.

The Center of National Resistance appealed to the residents of the temporarily occupied territories to leave the region and not become a resource for the occupiers.

We will remind you that Andriy Naterer from Slovenia created a film about homeless children from Makiivka, Donetsk region.

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