The Russian invaders and their puppets in Kherson ordered all residents to leave the city, crossing to the left bank of the Dnieper. This is stated in the Telegram channel of the invaders.
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They explained this by the “tense situation at the front” and the allegedly increased danger of shelling the city and terrorist attacks.
The same Telegram channel later published a message inviting Kherson residents “who remained in the city” to attend “an evening of Russian literature, music and painting.” A brass band will play there, an exhibition of sculpture and painting will open, and excerpts from Marina Tsvetaeva’s novel “My Pushkin” will be heard.
Kherson journalist Konstantin Ryzhenko published a message that the occupiers on behalf of the Armed Forces of Ukraine send to the residents of Kherson. It says that soon “not a single whole house will remain” in the city.
“This is the IPSO that the Russians are distributing in order to “stimulate” the evacuation of the residents of Kherson. I hope there is no need for explanations that these are manipulations and intimidation,” he wrote.
The head of the Kherson regional military administration, Yaroslav Yanushevich, also called such reports fake and urged ignore the locals
“The Armed Forces of Ukraine will never fire at the civilian population. For Ukraine, the life of each of its citizens is important. We are not barbarians, not terrorists, not Russians,” he wrote.
- On October 18, the commander of the occupation forces of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, Sergei Surovikin, said that the Russian army “had a difficult situation” in the Kherson direction.
- On the morning of October 19, the Russian invaders and their puppets began the process of deporting local residents from the temporarily occupied Kherson and the Right Bank “to the left bank of the Dnieper” and “to other regions of Russia.” The enemy “for seven days” closed the entrance to the territory of the Kherson region under his control for civilians.
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