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SSCS restores mobile connection in Kherson thanks to the UAF who pushed the enemy back

04.05.2022, 13:30
 netfreedom.org.ua
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Operator specialists and the State Special Communications Service were able to restore mobile connection in Kherson. This was announced to the journalists by the head of the State Special Communication Service Yurii Shchihol on May 4, Radio Liberty reports.

"To date, all mobile operators, all mobile connection operating in Kherson and the region, is transmitted from Ukraine and broadcast through Ukrainian channels. At the same time, there are cases when local providers start cooperating with the occupiers and reroute traffic to the Crimea. This is a violation of international law and we will take all measures to stop this activity of the russian federation," he said.

Schihol said that the supply of fixed communication had been restored a few hours ago.

"The fiber-optic network between Kherson and Mykolaiv was interrupted; there was constant fighting about 20 kilometers away from Mykolaiv. Thanks to the work of the Armed Forces and the artillery the enemy has been pushed back, which created an opportunity for our specialists and the provider's specialists to restore the informational supply to Kherson," said the head of the service.

He added that Ukraine had appealed to the International Telecommunication Union to impose sanctions on russia for directing traffic from the Kherson region to the occupied territories.

It will be recalled that the State Special Communications Service reported on May 1 that mobile connection and the Internet had disappeared in Kherson region and a part of Zaporizhzhia region.

On May 2, Reuters agency, citing London-based Internet failure monitoring company NetBlocks, reported that russia has been rerouting Internet traffic in the occupied Kherson region to their infrastructure.

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