All citizens of Kherson should leave the city immediatelyThe pro-Russian occupation administration in the region said in a telegram on Saturday.
A tense situation at the front And
Increased risk of massive explosions.
Evacuation to the left bank of the Dnieper River at the Kherson border has been underway since Wednesday. But Saturday’s call will take on an added urgency. About 25,000 people have already been evacuated, Kherson official Kirill Stremousov told Russian news agency Interfax on Saturday.
Russian attacks in several areas in Ukraine
that Kiev advances on the fieldIt is still suffering heavy retaliation from the air, with Russian rocket attacks across its border, which President Volodymyr Zelensky has denounced as a campaign.
The aggressor continues to threaten our country. At night he launched a massive attack with 36 rocketsCounted the Ukrainian president on social networks on Saturday.
It launched a new attack with missiles on the energy facilities of the main networks in the western regions of Ukraine.Ukrainian operator Ukrenergo announced on social networks on Saturday.
More than a million households are without electricity in Ukraine following Russian strikes on the country’s energy infrastructure, Ukrainian presidential adviser Kyrillo Tymoshenko said on Saturday.
To date, 672,000 subscribers have been disconnected in Khmelnytskyi region, 188,400 in Mikolaiv region, 102,000 in Volyn region, 242,000 in Cherkasy region, 174,790 in Rivneog region and 174,790 in Kivnok region, 61,900 in the region.He thought.
” If Ukraine still has no power, electricity and water, it will trigger a new migrant tsunami. »
In an interview to be published in a German newspaper on Sunday, Mr. Simikel issued this warning Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
Give Ukraine a cold winter in which people can literally freeze. This will lead to a planned humanitarian disaster, the likes of which Europe has not seen since World War II.On Monday in Berlin, Mr. Simical warned.
Kherson residents board a train to southern Russia at a train station in Dzhankoy, a town in northern Crimea on the Ukrainian peninsula annexed by Moscow in 2014.AFP.
We are leaving Kherson because heavy shelling has begun there and we fear for our livessaid Valentina Yelkina, a retiree traveling with her daughter.
Another Kherson resident, Yelena Bekesheva, 70, said she was on her way to Moscow.
We didn’t make a decision right away [de partir]But then we were invited there by our friends and relativesshe saidAFP .
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed in a video on Friday evening
Good results He said his army had captured more than 30 Russian tanks in this strategic region.
Kherson was the first major city captured by Russian forces at the start of the offensive, which began on February 24.
On the ground, Kyrillo Tymoshenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian president, said on Friday.
88 local governments were captured to the Russian forces in the Kherson region.
Energy restrictions are now in place
used forcefully According to Ukrenergo, in many Ukrainian regions, including the capital Kyiv and its territory.
At the same time, Ukrainians have already voluntarily reduced their electricity consumption by an average of 5% to 20% on certain days and in certain areas.AFPVolodymyr Gudrytskyi is the boss of Ukrenergo.
Two people were killed Saturday in Ukrainian attacks on the Russian region of Belgorod, which borders Ukraine, the region’s governor, Vyacheslav Kladkov, said on Saturday.
A targeted bomb attack was carried out
Civil infrastructure in the city of Sebekino, Kladkov said in a telegram.
About 15,000 people were left without electricityhe said.
In mid-October, Russia condemned A
A substantial increase Ukrainian shelling of several Russian border areas, including Belgorod, but also Kursk and Bryansk.
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