Russian propaganda TV channels stop broadcasting in Kherson, Ukrainian radio back on air
Ukrainian radio has resumed broadcasting in Kherson (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko)
Russian propaganda television channels have stopped broadcasting in the Russian-occupied city of Kherson, spokesman for South Operational Command Vladyslav Nazarov said in a post on the Telegram messenger on Nov. 6.
He noted Russian television channels had stopped broadcasting a week ago.
At the same time, the Ukrainian Suspilne radio station has resumed broadcasting in occupied Kherson, Nazarov added.
According to Ukraine’s General Staff, invading Russian forces are disguising themselves as civilians, occupying houses and preparing for street fighting.
As reported on Nov. 3, Russian troops have already abandoned their checkpoints in Chornobayivka, Stepanivka, and Bilozerka in Kherson Oblast.
In addition, the Russian flag has reportedly disappeared from the local administration’s building in the still-occupied city of Kherson.
The Ukrainian military has suggested this could actually be a false-flag operation.
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