Russian troops are moving forces across the Dnieper in anticipation of the advance of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the rhetoric about the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station has changed – ISW

1.11.2022

Russian occupying troops are moving troops and military equipment across the Dnieper River in anticipation of an offensive by Ukrainian defenders on the city of Kherson. And the so-called authorities of the region have once again changed their rhetoric regarding the Kakhovskaya HPP.

This is reported by the American Institute for the Study of War (Institute for the Study of War). In particular, on October 30, Ukrainian military sources reported that the invaders were preparing to transfer artillery units and weapons from the western bank of the Dnieper for possible redeployment in other directions .

And on October 31, the Southern Operational Command of Ukraine clarified that Russian troops were preparing to evacuate individual units and military equipment from the western coast.

In addition, collaborator Kirill Stremousov, who was appointed by the Russian invaders as “deputy head” of the occupation administration of the occupied part of the Kherson region, stated that on October 30 the invaders began engineering work in Belozerka (6 km west of Kherson) and Chernobaevka (1 km north of Kherson) .

According to ISW, the fact that the Russian military is preparing to defend Chernobaevka deserves special attention, since this village is the last settlement on the M14 highway north of Kherson.

“The current front line runs less than 20 km northwest of Chernobaevka, and active efforts to strengthen the defense here indicate an imminent offensive by Ukrainian forces,” the experts stressed.

At the same time, the Russian occupation authorities once again changed their rhetoric regarding the Kakhovskaya HPP. Now they are probably creating informational conditions for the continuation of the evacuation from the western bank of the Dnieper and a rhetorical cover for the withdrawal of Russian troops from the area.

Recall that the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine stated that the Russian occupying army continues to prepare for defense in the territory of the temporarily occupied Kherson region. Invaders bring additional personnel to the settlements of the region.

As OBOZREVATEL reported, the occupiers in Kherson dress up in civilian clothes and settle in the homes of civilians in order to then imitate the victims of alleged shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine . They already used this tactic several months ago in the region.

We have only verified information in the Obozrevatel Telegram channel and in Viber . Don’t fall for fakes!

5 comments

  1. I wonder what’s going on in Kherson. Some say the cockroaches are increasing troops there, some say the cockroaches are decreasing troops there. Perhaps, the bad troops are leaving and the better-trained troops are arriving.

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    • The word is that the remainder of Russia’s best trained troops are in Kherson. I’m good with that as it allows the Ukrainians to destroy the last of Putin’s actual Army.

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      • I fully agree. I hope that this is true, that the cockroaches have their best troops in Kherson, which other reports have stated. This would be a grand opportunity to destroy the last remnants of this so-called army. The rest are worthless meat puppets, easily blown in the wind.

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  2. May the orcs be exposed and find no cover. May they flee even when none pursue. Into their own traps let them be caught. May the weapons of the AFU find their mark in the depraved heads and stony hearts of the orcs.

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