Russian troops likely mined critical infrastructure in Kherson region – official
Yuriy Sobolevskyi, First Deputy Head of the Kherson Regional Council, notes that Russian troops carried out engineering works on the critical infrastructure of the occupied communities of the Kherson region that were not related to the security of these facilities
He shared the information on Espreso TV.
"There is information that in some settlements near the Dnipro River in Oleshky and Kakhovka districts, the invaders did carry out some engineering work on critical infrastructure facilities. These works were not related to the security of these facilities. That is, explosives were probably imported and the invaders may have carried out additional mining of this infrastructure because they had previously carried out such work at some locations," said the first deputy chairman of the Kherson Regional Council.
Yuriy Sobolevskyi added that there is also information that Russian troops have created additional fortifications and are constantly mining the territories.
- On January 22, the Center for National Resistance informed that Russian troops were deploying their equipment in nature reserves located in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, creating an environmental disaster.
- On January 25, the Center for Strategic Communications reported that Russian propaganda was promoting a fake narrative that NATO was going to capture "6 subjects of the Russian Federation," including the “LPR,” “DPR,” Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, the Republic of Crimea, and the city of Sevastopol.