Ukrainian authorities also reported at least 13 injuries in the city of Dnipro after 60 rockets were fired
At least 32 people have been killed in Kherson by Russian attacks since the withdrawal of Putin's forces. (AFP)
Ukrainian National Police Chief Igor Klimenko estimates that at least 32 people have been killed in Kherson, east of the country, due to Russian airstrikes since the withdrawal of forces from Moscow on November 9.
Among the bombardments by Vladimir Putin's troops, Klimenko highlighted those that occurred on November 24, when, according to his estimates, at least seven peoples and others died 21 were injured, as reported through his Telegram account.
In addition, Klimenko indicated that the demining forces Ukrainian companies have cleared at least 450 hectares of land in the region, and removed 3,500 explosives.
On the other hand, the Ukrainian authorities reported 13 injuries in new attacks with Russian missiles in Dnipro, the Ukrainian military governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region reported on his Telegram channel, Valentin Reznichenko.
More victims are suspected under the rubble of residential buildings, of which seven were damaged by the attack.
Ukrainian authorities reported 13 injuries in new Russian missile attacks in Dnipro, the Ukrainian military governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Valentin Reznichenko, reported on his Telegram channel. (AFP)
In addition to Dnipro, the small town of Chasiv Yar in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine, was also attacked on Saturday. In the city, which is under Ukrainian control, an apartment building was attacked, injuring three people, according to the region's military governor, Pavlo Kirilenko.
In another order of events, Russia and Ukraine have exchanged nine prisoners of warRussians and 12 Ukrainians in the last hours, as confirmed by both parties. Among the soldiers released are fighters from Mariupol, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, reported the head of the Ukrainian presidential office, Andrei Yermak .
The releases on the Russian side have been confirmed by the Ministry of Defence in a statement collected by the Russian agency TASS.
This Friday, the Ukrainian government denounced that Russian soldiers, in their withdrawal from the southern city of Kherson, left explosives hidden inside toys, increasing the danger to the civilian population.
Rostyslav Smirnov, adviser to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, made this statement during the broadcast of the so-called “national telethon”, a charity program that is broadcast simultaneously by all Ukrainian television channels, according to the local agency. Ukrinform.
The Ukrainian government denounced that Russian soldiers , in their withdrawal from the southern city of Kherson, left explosives hidden inside toys, increasing the danger to the civilian population. (REUTERS)
Smirnov explained that, after the departure of the Russian soldiers from the city, the only major capital that Moscow has come to fully occupy, the main task of the Ukrainian Army is to demine the area to make it safe. p>
“Currently, the main focus is on demining. The number of mines is extremely large there(in Kherson). I constantly receive photographic documents (about uncovered ammunition) in children's toys, there was a mine between two soccer balls, etc.,” said the government official.
He added that in the territories liberated from the Kherson region and its capital, rescuers have already removed more than 5,000 explosive objects.
Russian soldiers left part of the Kherson region and their namesake capital just a few weeks ago and withdrew to the right bank of the Dnieper River, which splits the city in two.
Russian soldiers left part of the region from Kherson and its eponymous capital just a few weeks ago and withdrew to the right bank of the Dnieper River, which splits the city in two. (REUTERS)
Kherson, in southern Ukraine, is one of four Ukrainian regions that Russia unilaterally annexed, along with neighboring Zaporizhzhia, as well as Lungans and Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. country.
Despite the declaration of annexation, the Russian Army has never fully controlled any of these regions and has had to withdraw from much of Kherson after the advance of Ukrainian troops.
(With information from Europa Press)