Russians blow up a TV tower in Kherson while retreating
While retreatig from Kherson to the left bank of the Dnipro, the Russian occupiers blew up a TV tower.
The head of the city's military administration, Halyna Luhova, told Suspilne about this.
"The TV tower in Kherson has been blown up indeed. It is down on the ground. This is true. We are currently taking measures to restore our connection. Because the occupiers completely destroyed the places where our telecom stations' connectivity was strong," said Lugova.
Kherson's "Vhoru" Media Platform published photos of the tower that had fallen down in the Khersonska Fortetsia Park on their Telegram channel.
The photos show that the structure is completely destroyed.
We remind that on March 3 in Kherson, the occupiers took over the premises of Suspilne branch, the staff continues to work remotely. Armed men set up trip wires around the building. In addition, the occupiers, who had seized the television studio and the TV center, cut off the Ukrainian television signal and started streaming their propaganda via T2.
The Russian troops also looted the Suspilne Kherson branch.
The Kherson Regional Prosecutor's Office has opened a criminal investigation into the seizure and mining of the Kherson branch of Suspilne Broadcaster by Russian security forces. The case has been opened under Art. 341, part 1 of Art. 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine: seizure of state or public buildings, facilities, as well as for violations of the laws and customs of war.
A day before fleeing from Kherson, on November 10, 2022, the Russian military blew up the Kherson TV tower's transmission center.
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