Liberated Kharkiv region: Kozacha Lopan near the border The village of Kozacha Lopan is only 6 kilometers from the border with Russia. During the first few weeks after the invasion, Russian troops simply passed by, but then roadblocks were set up and a “provisional administration” was installed. Today, Ukrainian post came to the village for the first time and delivered a pension. Local head Vyacheslav Zadorenko, who hugs his happy mother immediately after the deoccupation, showed the local torture chamber where the Russians abused people. It is already traditional for the liberated territory: houses destroyed by shelling, piles of garbage in places where the Russians were, hungry domestic animals and local residents on bicycles.



Source: Stas Yurchenko