While the situation is still ambiguous in Kherson, southern Ukraine, amid conflicting information between the Russian side that controls the city and the Ukrainian side, the Ukrainian army has accused Russian forces of turning the fighting in some areas of the region in a street war.
torture of the population
He also confirmed in a statement today, Monday, that Russian forces carry out torture operations against citizens in Kherson.
Additionally, he announced that his artillery had destroyed one of Russia’s electronic warfare stations, according to the Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent.
These allegations came as pro-Russian city authorities are still urging residents to leave, announcing the existence of means to ensure their evacuation from the country.area.
It also came after the Kherson authorities announced that Ukrainian forces were mobilizing military tanks and artillery to assault thearea.
While Kiev had previously warned that Russian forces had withdrawn from Kherson to set up a tight ambush and deceive the Ukrainian forces through this illusion.
Interestingly, Kherson is a large Ukrainian city that has fallen into the hands of Russian forces since the conflict broke out on February 24.
It also formed one of the four regions whose annexation the Kremlin announced in late September (2022), and thus Ukrainian control over it again would be a painful blow to Moscow and the prestige of its army.
In addition, its geographical location is of particular importance, as the region lies on the borders of the Dnepropetrovsk and Nikolaev regions and has a land border with Crimea to the south, while facing the Black Sea to the southwest and southeast from the Sea of Azov.
Interestingly, the Russian-Ukrainian conflict has entered its ninth month, amid the continuation of mutual attacks between the two sides, and relatively slow progress currently by Ukrainian forces in their counterattack launched last month in the south and east, after having made significant progress in passed at the expense of Russian forces.
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