Access temporarily restricted: the military addresses the media about the liberated part of the South
Mass media's access to settlements that were de-occupied in November 2022 is temporarily restricted.
Operational Command "South" said this in their statement.
"Please note that work in the settlements located in the combat zone is regulated by the order of the UAF Commander-in-Chief No. 73, dated 03.03.2022; non-compliance with this order may become grounds for a journalist's accreditation being revoked. These settlements will be accessible no sooner than the defense forces complete stabilization efforts," the military stressed.
As IMI reported, Kherson, which had been occupied by Russian troops, is back under Ukraine's control. The Defense Intelligence of Ukraine encourages the Russian troops to surrender in order to avoid dying.
"Ukraine guarantees life and safety to those who surrender voluntarily. We adhere to the Geneva Conventions, we guarantee the POWs will receive food, medical care, and the possibility to be swapped for the UAF servicemen who are currently in Russian captivity," the DI emphasized.
On November 11, the Ukrainian flag has been raised over the Kherson Oblast State Administration.
Mobile Internet is back in Kherson, but it is very slow and only allows you to send texts; calling the locals and talking with them has been impossible for two days now.
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