Citizens of nine countries were injured in the drone attack in Tatarstan

Citizens of nine countries were injured in the drone attack in Tatarstan

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Citizens of nine countries suffered as a result of yesterday’s drone attack on the “Alabuga Polytechnic” hostel in Tatarstan. This is reported by RIA “Novosti” with reference to the press service of the head of the republic.

Among the 14 victims are citizens of Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Sudan. Six wounded remain in the hospital.

The day before, according to the press service of the special economic zone “Alabuga”, which is located ten kilometers from the city of Elabuga, drones attacked a hostel. The hostel complex, which was built for employees of the special economic zone and students of the local college “Alabuga Polytechnic” in 2022, was damaged.

As the journalists found out, the damaged dormitory is located 300-400 meters from the workshop for the assembly of Iranian Shahed-type drones adopted in Russia under the name “Geran-2”. They are collected by students of “Alabuga Polytechnic” college, including minors, according to the investigation by journalists of “Protokol” publication and YouTube channel “RZVRT”.

According to the publication, applicants are offered to enter the program, which implies that they will be able to work from the first year and receive up to 40 thousand rubles a month. Students of “Alabuga Polytechnic” are afraid to rebel or express dissatisfaction, the investigation says. According to the training contract, they do not have the right to disclose any information. One and a half to two million rubles will have to be paid for violating the requirements.

In addition, as the journalists found out, the students of the “Polytechnic”, engaged in the production of drones, are forced to register in dating applications in order to lure female students from African countries to Elabuga. There they are called “mulattoes” and are recruited for low-skilled work, for example, as cleaners.

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