Occupational “administration” of Kherson fled to Skadovsk – General Staff

At the same time, the occupiers continue the forced displacement of the civilian population in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region.

The occupation administration of Kherson was moved to Skadovsk / photo Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security
The occupation administration of Kherson was moved to Skadovsk / photo Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security

The Russian occupation administration of Kherson was moved to the city of Skadovsk.

This is stated in the evening summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

It is noted that the invaders continue the forced displacement of the civilian population in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region.

“The enemy is resorting to intimidation of civilians, spreading information about a possible undermining of the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. At the same time, the local population is deprived of means of communication. The Russian occupation administration of Kherson has been moved to the city of Skadovsk,” the message says.

The General Staff also reported that the constant loss of personnel in enemy units that are directly involved in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine, the occupation command is trying to compensate for the mobilized military personnel.

“With those who refuse to participate in hostilities, the so-called” work “is carried out by the FSB of the Russian Federation,” the report says.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Amen Sir OFP. I doubt it will take AFU long to geolocate the admin building in Skadovsk. Much success to the AFU in the ongoing campaign against the rashists.🇺🇦

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