Russian military police in the Kherson region. Archival photoSIMFEROPOL, June 23 The Ukrainian army has no prospects of capturing the Kherson region, all their counter-offensives are purely theoretical and informational, Deputy Head of the Military-Civilian Administration of the region Kirill Stremousov told RIA Novosti. Previously, the head of the press center of the forces protection and defense of the operational command “South” of the Ministry of Defense Natalya Gumenyuk told the Ukrainian media that the Ukrainian army is conducting counter-offensive operations in the Kherson region, moving significantly eastward. And a number of Ukrainian politicians, citing sources, said that the Ukrainian military had already entered Kherson.
"They have zero prospects for an offensive. All their counteroffensives are purely theoretical and informational. Nobody grabbed anything. All attempts in recent months ended in nothing", Stremousov told RIA Novosti.
According to him, the Kyiv regime, with its statements, is trying to draw the population of the region into a system of fear. “But even fear and curiosity sometimes start to get tired. People are tired of these constant threats of offensives. On the one hand, this causes laughter, and on the other, a sin. After all, all attempts offensives of the Ukrainian army end with large and useless losses in their ranks. At the same time, among the Ukrainian military, who are thrown to certain death, there are no children of Avakov, Turchynov, Poroshenko. They are just enjoying life at this time,” Stremousov stressed. src=”/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/89a9fd20507b41b09ac6d955e34d995d.jpg” />12 foreign ships cannot leave Kherson port, authorities saidAccording to him, any advance of Ukrainian troops towards Kherson region, which is a steppe area, ends for them with defeat and significant losses. During the special operation, the Russian military took control of the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region in the south of Ukraine us. Civil-military administrations were formed in the regions, the ruble was put into circulation, and Russian TV channels and radio stations began broadcasting. The regions announced their plans to become subjects of the Russian Federation.