The occupiers continue to deport the local population of the Kherson region. A 15-kilometer section along the left bank of the Dnipro was defined as the so-called “evacuation” zone.
Since November 6, the Russians have been forcibly “evacuating” the residents of Hola Prystan, Oleshky, Kakhovka, Hornostaivka, Velyka Lepetykha and Verkhnii Rohachyk communities. First of all, they will conduct it from the settlements along the Dnieper, where the Russians are now actively setting up a defense line.
In the vacated residences, the Russians place their servicemen, who forcefully break into the premises and randomly resort to looting.
At the same time, in order to complicate the life of the local population and force them to evict, the Russians steal the property of medical institutions. In particular, all medical equipment and medicines were taken from the Hornostaivka Primary Care Center and the Central City Hospital of Nova Kakhovka to the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea.
Previously, the occupation administration in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region was moved from Kherson to Henichesk.