He gave himself up: the “leader” of Kherson fled to Russia – Abroad

of Ukraine traitor Kirill Stremousov, who was “appointed” by the occupiers as the deputy head of the administration of the Kherson region, fled from Kherson to Voronezh. This was reported by activist and blogger Sergej Sternenko.

Lately, K. Stremuosov has been more active in separatist and Russian media, recording clips allegedly shot in his office.

The collaborator claims that a counterattack by the Ukrainian armed forces and the destruction of Russian logistics will have absolutely no effect on the occupation of the area, as Russia will control the Kherson region “forever”.

However, according to S. Sternenko, through the windows in front of which this collaborator filmed his videos, the Church of the Annunciation in Voronezh can be seen. The Cathedral of the Mother of God and the local Technical School of Construction Technology.

“Thanks to concerned citizens, it was possible to establish that yesterday and today A. Stremousov recorded his videos from the Marriott Hotel, located in Voronezh, during the Revolution. 38. In the background you can see the Church of the Annunciation in Voronezh. Cathedral of the Mother of God and a light yellow four-story building on Revolucijos st. 29 (Technical School of Construction Technologies)”, writes Sergej Bratchuk, a representative of the Odessa military administration.

The Office of the President of Ukraine reported on Tuesday that intense fighting is currently raging in almost the entire territory of the southern Kherson region occupied by the Russian army.

“All day yesterday and this night, powerful explosions did not stop in the Kherson region,” the office said, adding that the Ukrainian armed forces launched offensive operations there in various directions.

Local officials said “de-occupation” had begun in the area.

The United Kingdom (UK) Ministry of Defense said in its latest intelligence briefing that it was “not yet possible to confirm data on Ukrainian (armed forces) progress” but that they had “intensified artillery fire on the front lines”.

The ministry added that Ukrainian troops were carrying out “targeted strikes aimed at disrupting Russian supply lines”.

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