YUZHNE Ukraine: Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, claims that Russian soldiers carried out “the same atrocities as in other places” prior to being compelled to withdraw from the strategically important city of Kherson and the surrounding area or district.

Zelenskyy stated in his nightly video address that “investigators have already documented more than 400 Russian war crimes, and the bodies of both civilians and military personnel have been found.”

The same atrocities committed by the Russian army in the Kherson region as in other parts of our country, ” Without a doubt, We will find and bring to justice every murderer.”

Days of jubilation have followed the end of Russia’s eight-month siege of Kherson City. Still, it has also brought to light a humanitarian crisis, where citizens lack food, medicine, and access to electricity and water. Roughly 70% of the larger Kherson region is still under Russian control.

The Russian soldiers are being detained who were left behind last week after their military commanders fled the city. Zelenskyy mentioned the “neutralization of saboteurs.”

Ukrainian police are asking residents to assist in finding anyone who worked with Russian forces.
Zelenskyy pleaded “Please keep in mind that the situation in the Kherson region is still quite dangerous as those in the liberated zone to be on the lookout for booby traps. Mines are the first thing to mention. Our sappers were killed, and others were injured while clearing mines. And he promised that essential services will be restored.”

Ariel Antonio

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Content writer and social media specialist. Before that, I teach Journalism and radio broadcasting at the University foundation for fifteen years. only through engagement and communications can we as humans evolve. An accredited member of a leading local broadcast media organization.