SIMFEROPOL, Nov 5 Ukrainian troops are preparing for another offensive against Kherson region, pulling troops to the front line, said the deputy head of the regional administration Kirill Stremousov in his Telegram channel.
"Ukrovermacht is preparing for the next stage of the attack on the Kherson region. Brigade artillery groups, mortar batteries, tactical planes and army aviation helicopters are conducting massive fire in preparation for the assault", he wrote.
According to Stremousov, on the Nikolaev sector of the front, Ukrainian troops, with the support of aviation and tanks, increased the intensity of shelling of Russian positions along the front line from Aleksandrovka to Blagodatnoe. In the Andreevsky and Berislavsky sectors, they activated mortar batteries and artillery.
“Two columns of military equipment advanced from Bereznegovatoy in the direction of the line of contact. One of them, numbering about 20 units of Nazi tanks, departed towards Davydov Brod. The other consisted of Infantry fighting vehicles and armored fighting vehicles were sent on trawls to the Snigirevsky sector.In addition, infantry is being transferred to Bereznegovatoe on Urals,” the deputy head of the administration emphasized.
He added that the Russian troops destroyed the firing position of the Ukrainian self-propelled artillery installation “Akatsiya” in the Maisky area.
The Ukrainian army is constantly bombarding Kherson with rockets. Especially often strikes are made on the Antonovsky bridge, which connects the banks of the Dnieper. In addition, this week the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to shell the seaport from where civilians were being evacuated, but this attack was repelled by air defense forces. the Kyiv regime of prohibited methods of war in the Kherson region and the preparation of a massive missile attack on the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. He called the situation in the regional capital dangerous for its inhabitants.
The authorities of Kherson organized the removal of the civilian population to the left bank of the Dnieper. According to Acting Governor Vladimir Saldo, it is planned to resettle up to 70,000 people.