Russia moves Kherson “administration” to Dnipro’s east bank
Occupants installed a screen with Russian propaganda on the house (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko)
Russian occupation “authorities” moved their “administration” of Kherson Oblast to the east bank of the Dnipro River, Ukraine’s National Resistance Center said in a message on its website on Oct. 27.
The message stated the enemy is actively preparing Kherson for urban warfare, and is moving its sham “institutions” to the east bank of Dnipro. At the same time, the collaborationists relocated their families to Russia-occupied Crimea – under the pretext of “evacuation due to shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.”
“Thus, the west bank of the city was left without collaborators and gauleiters; only occupation troops and local residents remain on the west bank," the statement reads.
The National Resistance Center called on Kherson residents to leave the city and go to Ukraine-controlled territory – to avoid effectively becoming a human shield for the Russian army.
Earlier, head of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine Kyrylo Budanov said that by the end of 2022, the Armed Forces of Ukraine would liberate Kherson City.
At the same time, the chief spy added that so far, Russian invasion forces are not preparing to leave the city, preparing to fight for Kherson, instead.
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