About 45% of inhabitants left the occupied Kherson — head of the Kherson Regional State Administration
According to the Head of the Kherson Regional State Administration, Hennadii Lahuta, 45% of its residents left the temporarily occupied city of Kherson, and one in five left the region.
According to Lahuta, the invaders are looting, killing, and raping, so the civilians cannot stand it, are very afraid, and are forced to leave their homes.
At the same time, the Russian troops were not allowed to make official “green” corridors, so people left on their own, organizing in columns. At first: through Oleksandrivka and Snihurivka. Then, the occupation forces blocked these roads. Later, people drove through Davydiv Brid to Kryvyi Rih, but this road had been closed for more than a week. People walked from the villages, rode bicycles, and swam across the river. Most of the region’s residents were evacuated to Mykolaiv and Dnipro directions.