Families of Russian military personnel have begun to be deported from Kherson Oblast State Administration

"UKRAINSKA PRAVDA" — TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 2022, 5:36 PM
Families of Russian military personnel have started deportation from occupied Kherson after another strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the Antonivka Bridge.
Source: State Administration of Kherson Region on Facebook
Quote: "As a result of the recent attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the Antonivka and Kakhovka bridges, the occupiers began to panic. The mass deportation of Russian military families living in Kherson has begun."
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Details: The Oblast State Administration added that the occupiers of Kherson Oblast are publicly discussing holding a "referendum" and threatening local residents with "problems" if they ignore it.
In addition, in order to collect personal data from people, they have increased the number of “cash assistance” dispensaries.
Background: On the night of August 7, the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit the Antonivka and Kakhovka bridges in Kherson Oblast.
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