Russian troops taking archive documents out of Kherson, says General Staff

2 November, 11:27 AM
General Staff reported how the occupiers are conducting an

General Staff reported how the occupiers are conducting an "evacuation" from the Kherson region (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko/)

Russian invasion forces are taking archive documents from the administrative buildings of the occupied city of Kherson, the Ukrainian military’s General Staff said in its morning summary on Nov. 2.

Meanwhile, the forced evictions of residents of Kherson Oblast are continuing, the General Staff said.

In particular, the invaders are taking people away by bus from the settlement of Velyka Lepetykha.

Departure by private transport is forbidden, the General Staff added.

The mass abduction of residents from Kahovka district is underway, the Russian propaganda agency TASS reported on Nov. 1.

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The Russian invaders are continuing the forcible displacement of civilians in temporarily occupied territories in Kherson Oblast and spreading rumors that the Kakhovka HPP dam may have been rigged with explosives, the General Staff reported on Nov. 1.

The Russian puppet administration of occupied Kherson Oblast has been moved to Skadovsk, a town on the coast of the Black Sea in the south of Kherson Oblast.

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