Ukrainian army hits cluster of Russian troops in occupied Kherson, says regional official
The Armed Forces struck the dormitory of the Polytechnic College in Kherson, where a large number of occupiers were staying (Photo:REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy)
Ukrainian forces struck at a large cluster of Russian military who had quartered in a college dormitory in the occupied city of Kherson, Kherson regional councilmember Sergey Khlan reported on Facebook, citing local eyewitnesses, on Sept. 28.
He clarified that the dormitory had belonged to the Polytechnic College in Kherson, which is currently being used as large-scale housing for Russian occupying forces.
"Over a few dozen," Khlan wrote, stating the number of Russian soldiers presumed killed int he attack.
“In particular, Kadyrovites. Those who survived are angry and very scared.”
The official also noted that Russians fear approaching the building, as detonations may continue.
Ukraine is keeping almost the entirety of Kherson Oblast under fire control, Natalia Humeniuk, spokesperson for the Ukrainian military’s Operational Command South, said in mid-September.
According to her, in the south of Ukraine, Russian units are sandwiched between the Armed Forces and the right bank of the Dnipro river. The invading troops are being offered a chance to surrender under the auspices of international humanitarian law, or to return home.
Earlier, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that it would be possible to talk about the end of the war only when Ukraine liberates all of the territories currently occupied by Russia.
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