Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy Says Russian Withdrawal From Kherson Is Beginning Of The End Of The War
Russia Withdrawal From Kherson: Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has visited the recently liberated city of Kherson. This information has been given in the news in the local media. After visiting Kherson, Zelensky said that the withdrawal of Russian forces from the city marked the beginning of the end of the war. He has also visited Kherson.
It is noteworthy that Zelensky said on Facebook on Sunday that he was in his office in the capital Kyiv. However, on Monday, he posed for a picture with the soldiers at the Central Kherson crossroads. In addition, after returning to the city of Kherson, Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday that investigators here uncovered more than 400 Russian war crimes. The bodies of both soldiers and civilians have been found in areas of the Kherson region freed from Russian occupation.
Ukraine President Zelenskyy says Russian withdrawal from Kherson is ‘beginning of the end of the war’ as he visits city, reports AP
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Russia has been accused of war crimes
According to media reports, mass graves have been found in areas including Bucha, Izium and Mariupol since the start of the war. Ukraine has accused Russian soldiers of being behind the atrocities. A UN commission said last month that war crimes had been committed in Ukraine and that the Russian military was responsible for the massive human rights violations at the start of the invasion.
Russia launched a military operation on Ukraine on 24 February this year and first captured Kherson. The region, along with three other regions, was declared as part of Russia by President Vladimir Putin at a ceremony in the Kremlin in September. However, Ukrainian troops retaliated to Russian troops in the region and regained control of the city.
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