For the third time in a few days, a train with forcibly deported Ukrainians arrived in the city of Nakhodka in the Primorsky Territory of Russia, who are being taken to filtration camps.

Deportation of Ukrainians

It is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the British edition of iNews.

It is noted that investigative journalists have already found 66 camps for forcibly deported Ukrainians in Russia.

The camps are located in former Soviet sanatoriums and other similar facilities in Siberia, the Caucasus, the Arctic Circle and the Far East, reports.

Deportation of Ukrainians
So-called temporary accommodation centers (TAPs) include dozens of sanatoriums and former children’s camps, at least one “patriotic education” center, and even a former chemical weapons dump.

Journalists report that they have learned for sure about the existence of camps in the following regions:

Kamchatka Peninsula – 10 people in the dormitory of the Kamchatka Industrial College in Yelizovo;
the city of Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai — 300 people, including 86 children; 14 more camps are opening in four neighboring cities, accommodating up to 1 350 people;
Sakhalin – 20 people;
near the city of Ulyanovsk – the patriotic educational center “Avangard” (the number of Ukrainians is unknown);
the village of Leonidovka near Penza (where the former chemical weapons dump is located) – 600 people;
Murmansk region – 20 camps for Ukrainians, in particular the Northern Lights hotel in the city of Nikel and the Laplandia sanatorium in Murmashy (the number of deportees is unknown);
Belgorod (the number of deportees is unknown);
Ufa – at least one camp in a local university dormitory (the number of deportees is unknown);
Leningrad region – 530 people in the Tsaritsyno Lake boarding camp.
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