The occupiers in Kherson stole a passenger ship to ferry the military across the Dnieper

The ship was moored on Quarantine Island.

Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted pinpoint strikes on the Antonovsky Bridge / video screenshot
Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted pinpoint strikes on the Antonovsky Bridge / video screenshot

Russian invaders in occupied Kherson stole a passenger ship to ferry their troops across the Dnieper River near the Antonovsky Bridge .

This was reported by the police of the Kherson region in the social network Facebook .

“In Kherson, the Russian military seized a passenger ship that was moored on Karantinny Island. It is now known that the occupying forces are using the ship to cross the Dnieper River in the area of ​​the damaged Antonovsky Bridge,” the report says.play video

In addition, in three villages in the Berislav region, armed servicemen of the Russian Federation illegally seized civilian VAZ-2106 and Volkswagen Bora cars, as well as GAZ-3307 and GAZ-53 trucks.

“Over the past day in the Kherson region, due to shelling by the Russian military, 7 people were killed and 6 were injured. As a result of rocket attacks, houses in four settlements were damaged and destroyed,” the report says.

On these facts, criminal proceedings were opened under Art. 110 “Infringement on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine” and art. 438 “Violation of the laws and customs of war” of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Naturally, the orcs will use whatever they can find to move back and forth across the river. But, the transportation capacity is only a trickle to what it was on the bridge. This will have a very profound effect on the fighting capability of the orcs on the right side of the Dnepro. Their ammo and food supplies etc. is getting depleted faster than it can get replenished. I can visualize the cockroaches in mafia headquarters working feverishly, trying to solve this major headache!

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