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The head of the Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, said that in Kherson, “the work on organizing the departure of residents to the left bank of the Dnieper” has been completed.
“I am glad that everyone was able to quickly and safely leave the territory that is being shelled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine,” Aksyonov wrote on his Telegram channel.
Aksyonov visited the annexed region together with the first deputy head of the presidential administration, Sergei Kiriyenko. He and Kiriyenko also “got acquainted with the work of the Zaporizhzhya NPP, met with the staff and assessed the general situation in the plant area,” Aksyonov wrote, posting joint photos.
During the war, it is impossible to promptly check the information that even official representatives of the parties to the conflict disseminate.
On October 18, the Russian-appointed administration of the annexed Kherson region announced the “relocation” of residents of settlements on the right bank of the Dnieper. Residents, as reported, can go either to the left bank or to Russian regions, where they were promised housing certificates. On October 22, the authorities of the annexed region called on the residents of Kherson to leave the city immediately. The Ukrainian authorities say that Russia is conducting an “information attack” and is not going to leave Kherson.
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