Putin warns people in Russian-held Kherson: ‘Flee or be deported’

Vladimir Putin last night issued a chilling warning to residents of occupied Kherson in Ukraine – they must leave or be forcibly deported to Russian-held territory.

The despot, in an interview with state media in Moscow, said his troops may soon be on the retreat as Ukraine continues to push towards the city, which was captured by Russian forces in the early days of the war.

“Those who still live in Kherson should definitely be removed from the area of ​​​​the most dangerous hostilities … Civilians should not suffer from shelling, attacks, counterattacks or anything like that,” Putin said.

Reports have surfaced of Russian soldiers leaving checkpoints in Kherson and moving to the east bank of the Dnipro River. Kirill Stremousov, one of Putin’s puppet officers in the occupation administration, imposed a 24-hour city-wide curfew last night. The former Ukrainian politician wanted by Kyiv for treason said it was “to defend our city of Kherson” from what he called “terrorist attacks”.

Vladimir Putin last night issued a chilling warning to residents of occupied Kherson in Ukraine - they must leave or be forcibly deported to Russian-held territory

Vladimir Putin last night issued a chilling warning to residents of occupied Kherson in Ukraine - they must leave or be forcibly deported to Russian-held territory

Vladimir Putin last night issued a chilling warning to residents of occupied Kherson in Ukraine – they must leave or be forcibly deported to Russian-held territory

The despot, in an interview with state media in Moscow, said his troops may soon be on the retreat as Ukraine pushes further towards the city, which was captured by Russian forces in the early days of the war

The despot, in an interview with state media in Moscow, said his troops may soon be on the retreat as Ukraine pushes further towards the city, which was captured by Russian forces in the early days of the war

The despot, in an interview with state media in Moscow, said his troops may soon be on the retreat as Ukraine pushes further towards the city, which was captured by Russian forces in the early days of the war

He urged civilians to flee, saying columns of Ukrainian vehicles had been sighted at the front and an attack was possible.

On Thursday, he admitted that “we have to make some very difficult decisions” after pictures circulated of his headquarters with the Russian flag no longer flying.

Officials in Ukraine have privately admitted they are cautious, saying it could be an attempt to lure Ukrainian troops into a trap. The Institute for the Study of War, a US think tank, said it was “unclear” whether the occupiers really plan not to fight for the strategic Black Sea port.

In another obvious sign of Russia’s vast military weakness, Putin yesterday signed a decree allowing severely convicted criminals to join the Russian army, effectively granting murderers and rapists their freedom if they are willing to fight.

Britain’s Defense Ministry said yesterday that Russia is deploying so-called “blockade units” who “are threatening to shoot their own retreating soldiers to force offensives”.

n President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has accused Russia of “energy terrorism” after strikes at Ukrainian plants left millions of residents without power.

Russia has carried out missile and drone strikes on power plants in recent weeks, leaving 4.5 million without power across the country.

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Brian Ashcraft

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