In the Kherson region, the Russian army kidnapped the head of the Zelenopodskaya territorial community. This was reported by the territorial society of the city of Kakhovka.
“On August 5, at around 2:00 p.m., armed Russian military abducted the head of the Zelenopodskaya rural territorial community of Kakhovka district, Elena Peleshok, from her home,” the report said.
It is noted that the army of the Russian Federation also kidnapped the village council driver from the workplace, but he was later released.
Earlier, the first deputy head of the Kherson Regional Council Yuriy Sobolevsky said that in the Kherson region, Russian troops mix with civilian transport to move their military convoys.
Sobolevsky, citing local residents, also said that the intensity of the UAF’s attacks on the invaders in the Kherson region “is simply unprecedented.”
Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, but failed to achieve its goals, in particular the capture of Kyiv, due to the stubborn resistance of the Ukrainians.
On April 22, Russia announced new plans for the “second phase” of a “special operation” in Ukraine (as they call a full-scale invasion). The Russian military announced its intention to establish full control over Donbass and southern Ukraine in order to provide annexed Crimea with a land corridor and gain access to Transnistria.
However, according to Western intelligence, Russian successes in the Donbass are limited and achieved at significant losses to Russian troops due to strong Ukrainian resistance.
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