The Russian occupiers mined even toys in Kherson – the Ministry of Internal Affairs

The scale of mining in Kherson is extremely large.

The occupiers even mined children's toys during the escape from Kherson / photo Viktor Kovalchuk, UNIAN
The occupiers even mined children’s toys during the escape from Kherson / photo Viktor Kovalchuk, UNIAN

During the retreat from Kherson , the Russian occupiers mined many objects and things. The Russians left even children’s toys under mines.

As the adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Rostislav Smirnov, stated on the air of the telethon , the scale of mining in Kherson is extremely large.

“Currently, the main focus is on demining. The scale of demining there is extremely large. I constantly receive photo reports – there was a mine in children’s toys, between two soccer balls, etc.,” he emphasized.VIDEO OF THE DAYPlay Video

According to Smirnov, rescuers have already defused more than 5,000 explosive items in the de-occupied territories of the Kherson region.

The situation in the Kherson region: what is known

After the liberation of the right bank of the Kherson Region from the Russian occupiers, Kherson and the de-occupied part of the region are constantly under enemy fire. So, on November 24, the occupiers shelled Kherson again . As of 23:00, it was known about seven dead.

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, speaking about the shelling of Kherson and the region, noted that this is the revenge of those who lost. According to him, Russia does not know how to fight, and the only thing it can do is to terrorize.

At the same time, even more evidence is emerging about the commission of war crimes by the Russians during the occupation of the Kherson Region. The SBU reported that the Russian occupiers had set up a torture chamber in an office building in Kherson. There they mocked local citizens with a strong pro-Ukrainian position. Teenagers were detained along with adults

(C)UNIAN 2022

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