Occupation ‘government’ of Kherson region Kakhovka district calls upon local residents to evacuate to Russia’s Krasnodar region due to risks of Ukraine’s army attacks

The occupation “administration” of the Kakhovka district, Kherson region, has called upon its employees and local residents to evacuate to the Krasnodar region of Russia, the corresponding message was posted on the “administration” Telegram channel.

“Of course, we at the Kakhovka military-civilian administration continue to create all possible conditions for the good quality of life of those who remained in the 15-kilometre area of the district that is subject to compulsory evacuation. Furthermore, all the employees of the administration, just like the residents of the area, have the right to safety and comfortable life.

“Today, the administration is number one terrorist attack target for Ukraine’s Armed Forces.

“This is why by order of the Kherson region Government, as a body of power, we are moving to a more secure territory, from where we will be governing the area,” the message says.

According to the statement, the residents who evacuate to the town of Tuapse of the Krasnodar region of Russia are subject to receive accommodation, three free meals per day, the opportunity to receive financial assistance in the amount of 100,000 rubles (€1,600), and the opportunity to receive a housing certificate.

The Kakhovka district of the Kherson region is located on the east bank of the Dnipro River. On 11 November, Ukraine’s Defence Ministry announced that the city of Kherson was back under control of Ukraine‘s Armed Forces on the west bank of the Dnipro River. The Russian Ministry of Defence previously declared that all Russia’s troops had crossed the Dnipro River in the Kherson region to the east bank of the river. The corresponding order was given by the Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu.

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