Vinnytsia regional military administration urges the media to refrain from disclosing the addresses of community heating hubs
The Vinnytsia Regional Military Administration urges journalists not to disclose or publish photos and not to mention the location of places where Vinnytsia residents gather for warmth, reports the IMI representative.
"We have been at war for nine months, we have a clear vision of what information can be made public, and what should be communicated to the people without media traction. Today, for the sake of our citizens' safety, we should refrain from disclosing, publishing photos, or mentioning the location of community heating hubs used by Vinnytsia residents. This is necessary in order to keep the population safe from potential risks, including shelling. The details on the location of the hubs in question will be provided to citizens through other channels," the administration stressed.
As IMI reported, the Ministry of Defense urged people not to post photos of shot down kamikaze drones on social media, as this way they may be unwittingly leaking intelligence to the Russians.
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