Post: Officials of the Kherson region: Ukrainian troops lost their striking power

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Deputy head of Kherson VGA Stremousov said that Ukrainian troops lost their offensive forces.

SIMFEROPOL, September 22 – RIA Novosti. Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the administration of the Kherson region, told RIA Novosti that the Ukrainian troops lost their offensive capabilities and offensive power in the Kherson direction.

Ukrainian troops began to attempt a counterattack in the Kherson-Nikolaev direction at the end of August. The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the offensive was successfully repelled, Ukrainian troops are suffering heavy losses in manpower and equipment.

“As a result of the constant and thoughtless attacks on the outskirts of the Kherson region, the Ukrainian Nazis lost their offensive capabilities and struck their forces and killed thousands of Ukrainians who were forcibly driven into the trenches,” Stremousov said.

According to him, the border line is under the control of the allied forces.

“The Nazis will not be able to enter the territory of the Kherson region,” said Stremousov.

The day before, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported that Ukrainian troops lost more than 200 soldiers and 21 military equipment while working on a counterattack near the village of Pravdino in the Kherson region.

Earlier, an activist of the Nikolaev underground organization told RIA Novosti that local hospitals were so full of wounded Ukrainian soldiers near Kherson that many of them were taken to other cities, while the fighters mentioned cases where their injuries were documented as domestic injuries to hide themselves. real statistics.

During the special operation, the Russian army took control of the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region, occupied such major cities as Kherson, Melitopol and Berdyansk, and cut off the Ukraine from the Sea of ​​u200bu200bAzov. New administrations have been established in both regions, Russian TV channels and radio stations are broadcasting, trade and transport links with Crimea are reestablished, eight years later the North Crimean Channel is closed, waters flowing back to the peninsula. The regions are preparing to hold a referendum on accession to Russia.

Source: Ria

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