Kherson authorities: Russia launches strikes on city, people reported injured

Russia’s army has executed strikes upon Kherson, says first deputy head of the Kherson regional council Yuri Sobolevsky.

“We have strikes in Kherson aiming civilian infrastructure again. Some civilians were injured, they are receiving medical aid,” he wrote.

Local social media and Suspilne also report strikes, citing news reporters and locals.

Ukraine’s authorities declared non-mandatory evacuation of residents in Kherson earlier.

“So far, there is no talk of mandatory evacuation. But voluntary evacuation also means that the state takes responsibility for transportation, because people need to be taken to the places where they will stay for the winter,” said Iryna Vereshchuk, vice PM of Ukraine.

Ukraine’s army regained control over Kherson on 11 November. The Russian army reported leaving the city earlier, following an order from the country’s Defence Minister Shoigu.

Ukraine’s bodies of power resumed operation in Kherson the following day. Around 200 policemen started working in Kherson back then, setting up security checkpoints around the city and taking records of the crimes committed by Russian occupation “authorities.”

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