Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate more than 15 localities, advance deep into Kherson region

Ukraine’s Armed Forces liberate more than 15 localities, advance deep into Kherson region

The Ukrainian army pushed the line of fire from Kryvyi Rih district deep into Kherson region, liberating more than 15 populated localities.

"Thanks to the valor of our military, the front line now is not on the border between Kryvyi Rih district and Kherson region, it has been advanced much deeper into Kherson region. More than 15 populated localities have been liberated. Enemies try to hit back, but our fighters destroy enemy hardware and manpower," Head of the Kryvyi Rih Military Administration Oleksandr Vilkul said during the nationwide telethon, Ukrinform reports.

According to Vilkul, some of the liberated villages in Kherson region have been controlled by the invaders for a week, others for a month, and locals are telling horrible stories.

At present, life is being restored in these localities: food and medicines are delivered there. Police, power engineers start to work, and water mains are repaired.

As reported, in Kherson region, the invaders block "green corridors" for the supply of food and medicines, due to which resources are being depleted in the temporarily occupied territory of the region. Russian invaders also kidnap activists, community leaders, and local council members.


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