The National Police of Ukraine is conducting stabilisation measures in the liberated city of Kherson.
Source: Ihor Klymenko, head of the National Police of Ukraine, on Facebook; video of the Ukrainskyi svidok [Ukrainian witness] project
Quote from Klymenko: “About 200 policemen are working in the city. Checkpoints have been set up in and around the territory of Kherson. The police of Kherson Oblast continue to record the crimes of the Russian occupiers.
The main threat at the moment is mass mining. 10 groups of bomb disposal experts are working on detection and disposal of explosive objects. One of the experts was injured today during demining of one of Kherson’s administrative buildings.
We urge local residents to follow the established rules, move carefully around the city and not touch suspicious objects. If you find one, be sure to inform the law enforcement officers about it”.
Details: The head of the National Police has separately addressed citizens who left Kherson, telling them not to hurry to return to the city until stabilisation measures are completed.
Work is ongoing. The police are working.