The first Russian passports were issued in occupied Melitopol and Kherson.
The distribution of Russian passports has officially begun in the occupied territories of southern Ukraine .
Russian media write about it.
The first Russian passports were issued in Melitopol and Kherson.
One of the first to receive a Russian passport was Vladimir Saldo, appointed by the occupiers as the “head of the administration of the Kherson region.”
As the Russian TASS writes , 25 residents of the city of Kherson received the Russian Federation, in honor of the eve of the celebration of the Day of Russia, which will take place on June 12.
And in Melitopol, the “ceremony” of issuing the first Russian passports was held on June 11 to the residents of Melitopol. It is reported that as of June 6, 70,000 residents of the Zaporozhye region have applied for a Russian passport.
At the moment, there is one center in the region for receiving documents for registration of Russian citizenship, located in Melitopol.
Earlier it was reported that Russian troops were resuming their offensive to capture the entire Zaporozhye region .