The occupiers left Kherson and moved to Genichesk, which is on the other side of the river.
The Facebook page of the head of the National Police, Ihor Klymenko, said that the National Police had already returned to Kherson and law enforcers had taken responsibility for order in the city
He said that roadblocks were set up around Kherson. Police started to record crimes committed by the Russian occupiers.
In addition, 10 explosive ordnance disposal teams are working in the city to detect and defuse explosive objects.
Klimenko has asked local residents to observe certain rules, to move around the city carefully and not to touch suspicious objects:
If you find one, be sure to report it to law enforcers. At the same time, we appeal to citizens who have left Kherson: do not rush to return until stabilisation measures are completed
He specified that there are about 200 police officers in the city at the moment, but he did not rule out that their number would increase
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