Displacing the occupiers' artillery from the left bank of the Dnieper will help minimize shelling of the liberated



This was announced by Serhiy Zgurets, director of the information and consulting company Defense Express, on the Espresso channel.

"We predicted and expected that the enemy would shell Kherson. Now we understand that pushing back the artillery (occupiers - Ed.) from the left bank of the Dnieper, from Oleshok, Novaya Kakhovka, which is carried out at the expense of our artillery, will eventually minimize the shelling of Kherson. It is necessary to conduct artillery work more actively in these areas," the expert said.

He also noted that the amount of artillery that was transferred to Ukraine today is significant, but insufficient for the needs of the Armed Forces.

Therefore, the statements of the West about providing Ukraine with more artillery are relevant.

Shelling of Kherson

On November 11, the Armed Forces liberated Kherson from the Russian occupiers.

Having set up new positions on the left bank of the Dnieper, the invaders began shelling Kherson almost every day.

On November 23, the head of the Kherson OVA, Yaroslav Yanushevich, said that the Russian occupiers

are intensifying their shelling of the de-occupied city


At that time, there were already victims of these shellings in Kherson among the civilian population, including dead and wounded children.

The attacks of the Russian Federation on the liberated city do not stop.

In view of the situation, the Ukrainian military and authorities strongly advise against those who managed to leave Kherson before the occupation to hurry back to their homes, and those who remain in the city to evacuate to safer regions.

Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov publicly confirmed that the 

invaders will bomb Kherson

 after its de-occupation on November 11.

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