Occupiers steal extremely valuable funds from the library of Kherson
The Russian occupiers have taken some extremely valuable funds away from Kherson's Oles Honchar Regional Library.
This was reported by Oles Honchar Library's director, Nadiya Korotun, whom the Kherson City Council quotes.
"We also have some bad news. The occupiers have taken away the pre-revolution editions that were published in the Kherson governorate. Those are priceless! This is the largest collection of local history funds. They were a source of information that scientists, teachers, students, and local historians were using in their research. An information resource for everyone who takes interest in the history of Ukraine's southern regions has been destroyed," said the library director and expressed her hope that this collection will return to the Honchar Library.
As IMI reported, while retreatig from Kherson to the left bank of the Dnipro, the Russian occupiers blew up a TV tower.
On November 11, the Ukrainian flag has been raised over the Kherson Oblast State Administration.
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