A man with a dog was killed in Kherson overnight becasue of russian shelling, russians are preparing for a “goodwill gesture” – Kherson Regional Military Administration spokesman
Over the past day, Russian occupants shelled the de-occupied Kherson region 65 times, damaging a hospital and residential buildings, and killing a man who was walking his pet in the yard. The dog died along with its owner.
This was stated by Oleksandr Tolokonnikov, Head of the Internal and Information Policy Department of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, at a briefing at the Ukraine-Odesa Media Center.
In total, Russian occupants fired 287 different shells at the de-occupied Kherson region over the past day. “In total 65 attacks were recorded. The enemy fired 29 shells at Kherson itself. In addition to the person killed in action, we have one more wounded,” said Colonel Tolokonnikov.
Reducing the intensity of Russian shelling depends on how Ukrainian defenders hold the bridgehead on the right bank of the Dnipro and de-occupy the territories there. It also depends on weather conditions: when it is cloudy, the occupiers’ aerial reconnaissance does not work.
In addition, the head of the Department of Internal and Information Policy of the Kherson Regional Military Administration said that the occupiers are going to announce the evacuation of their collaborators from the right bank of the Dnipro.
“The Russians continue to loot and take everything valuable to Crimea, and have warned collaborators in the temporarily occupied Henichesk to prepare to leave the city. They are preparing for a ‘gesture of goodwill’, as they say,” Tolokonnikov noted.
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