Kherson collaborators flee to Melitopol in Zaporizhzhya Oblast

Antonivka bridge

Fedorov also said that despite Russia announcing that it’s repairing the Melitopol-Berdyansk motorway, no actual work is being done, as workers on the project are not getting paid.

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Ukrainian artillery strikes have left the Kakhovka Bridge north of Kherson damaged, cutting the last remaining route for Moscow to reinforce its forces in the western part of Kherson Oblast and the city of Kherson, regional official Serhiy Khlan recently said.

Ukraine carried out a series of surgical strikes on Antonivka and Kakhovka bridges near Kherson on Aug. 8, and further follow-up attacks over the next few days.

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Some military experts have estimated that there may be around 15,000 Russian troops on the western bank of the Dnipro in occupied Kherson Oblast, according to reports in the Washington Post.

The Russian troops are now mainly supplied by pontoon ferries across the Dnipro, the UK’s Ministry of Defense said in one of its regular updates.


  1. Out of the frying pan into the fire. I guess these traitors have not been told about Melitopol. Let it be a surprise for them.

  2. Some estimates put the number of cockroaches at 30,000. Anyhow, it’s safe to assume that not only are the cockroach staff members and collaborators escaping the cauldron, but everyone else who manages to get to a crossing and find an excuse to get over to the other side of the river.

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