In the Kherson region, the invaders forcibly take people out by buses

Also, the Russian invaders take out archival documents from the administrative buildings of Kherson.

In the Kherson region, the invaders began to forcibly export Ukrainians / photo REUTERS
In the Kherson region, the invaders began to forcibly export Ukrainians / photo REUTERS

The occupiers are forcibly transporting people by bus from Velyka Lepetikha in the Kherson region.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reports this on its Facebook page .

“The forced so-called” evacuation “of civilians continues from settlements in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region. In particular, the occupiers take people out of the settlement of Velyka Lepetikha by bus. Departure by private transport is prohibited,” the report says.

Also, as reported, the Russian occupiers take out archival documents from the administrative buildings of Kherson.

The situation in the Kherson region

Now the Defense Forces continue to liberate the temporarily occupied territory of the Kherson region from Russian invaders. According to the latest data, more than 90 settlements of the Kherson region have already been de-occupied. 

As previously reported, the occupiers  are  taking all the equipment and medicines out of Kherson hospitals . The so-called “evacuation” of the invaders from the temporarily occupied territory of the Kherson region, including medical institutions, continues.

Russian media also report that in the temporarily occupied Kakhovka district of the Kherson region, from November 6, Russian troops want to start the so-called  ” forced evacuation   of residents.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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