Retreating from the Kherson region, the invaders dragged everything – the equipment of the State Emergency Service, medical equipment and even monuments.
On the night of October 24, a monument to Suvorov, located on a pedestrian street in the city, disappeared in Kherson. This was reported by the Ukrainian publication Pivden.
On social networks, they claim that during the evacuation, he was taken by representatives of the occupying authorities.
Also at night, the monument to Ushakov, erected in front of the city light, disappeared.
“The residents of Kherson will find more worthy candidates who should be honored with a pedestal in the center of the city, and the invaders show their true face of marauders,” the message said.
In addition, the attackers, fleeing from Kherson, seized the equipment of the State Emergency Service. Yury Sobolevsky, Deputy Chairman of the Kherson Regional Council, spoke about this on the air of the telethon.
“There is large-scale theft in the city. They are taking, in particular, the remaining equipment of the State Emergency Service. They have already started or are preparing to take cultural values from the museums of Kherson and the property of many other utilities,” the official said.
He added that the occupiers are also releasing medical equipment, but this information has yet to be verified. It is difficult to do this, because the cable Internet in the city has already disappeared, and the mobile works intermittently due to overload. In addition, looting began in the homes of the deportees.
It will be remembered that Russian troops announced the beginning of the formation of “territorial defense” in the temporarily occupied Kherson.
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