Ukrainian politician claims armed teams in Moscow-held areas are coercing folks to vote in referendum to hitch Russia

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Armed teams in Moscow-held areas of Ukraine are going into folks’s properties to coerce them to vote in a referendum to hitch Russia, based on a Ukrainian politician.

Russian officers have additionally banned a whole city from leaving till the poll was over, Serhiy Gaidai, the Ukrainian governor of the Luhansk area, stated.

Voting started on Friday in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia.

The referendums, introduced on Tuesday, are extensively thought-about to be a precursor to unlawful annexation of the 4 areas, which collectively make up about 15 per cent of Ukrainian territory.

The following day, Russian President Vladimir introduced a army draft anticipated to ship 300,000 troops, after dropping floor to Ukranian forces.

In line with Mr Gaidai, the top of an organization within the Russian-held city Bilovodsk advised workers the referendum was necessary and anybody who refused to vote can be fired and their names given to the safety service.

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