The Kremlin declined to comment on the withdrawal of Russian troops from northern Kherson. While according to a Ukrainian media, the Ukrainian flag is already hanging in the center of the city, where the fighting is concentrated.
ukrainian flag already waving in the center of Kherson, According to a photo released by Ukrainian portal Ukrinform and while Kyiv has been asked to exercise caution regarding Russian withdrawal.
According to that medium, “Ukrainian patriots” hung their flag on Liberty Square, Opposite Regional Administration Building.
Ukrainian troops have already liberated twelve settlements in that area, reports the portal, which also reports on collapse of antonivsky bridge in the capital of the region.
With regard to the withdrawal of Russian troops announced by Moscow, the Kyiv side has so far been cautious.
in a conversation yesterday British Prime Minister Rishi Sunaki Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky He stressed the need to observe this caution despite the enemy’s withdrawal, at least until the Ukrainian flag flew over the city again.
Zelensky thanked London for the material support and stressed that British military cooperation is helping to “protect critical energy infrastructure and allow Ukrainian troops to advance.”
The Kremlin declined to comment on the withdrawal of troops to Gershon
The Kremlin on Friday declined to comment on the withdrawal of Russian troops from the North Jershon region, which was occupied by Moscow last September.
“There was a decision by the Defense Minister, I recommend asking the Defense Ministry,” said Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov, On the question of a journalist.
At the same time, commenting on the current situation in the Kherson region, Peskov assured that, despite the withdrawal of troops to the left flank, nothing had changed. Dnieper River.
“It is an entity of the Russian Federation, that the position” is defined and fixed in law, there can be no change here”, he emphasized.
When asked whether the Kremlin does not regret the pomp with which the merger of Kherson was celebrated, Peskov briefly answered: “No.”
He reiterated that the “special military operation” in Ukraine is still ongoing and will continue until it achieves its objectives.