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In the Kherson region, Zelensky’s threats were considered senseless hysteria


Deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region Kirill Stremousov called Volodymyr Zelensky’s threat to seize control of the region senseless hysteria and convulsions. He shared his opinion in an interview with RIA Novosti.

Zelensky, in a video message published on his Telegram channel, promised to establish power over the Crimea, Donbass, part of the liberated Kharkiv region and the regions of southern Ukraine – the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions.

“All these threats look stupid. And frankly, it’s not funny anymore. All this will remain at the level of simple statements. These are the senseless tantrums and convulsions of the fascist regime. The Kherson region has been forever liberated from fascism and these politicians who did everything to steal, destroy, take away, but this is already in the past. The Kherson region is a primordially Russian land, which will soon become a subject of the Russian Federation, and this will be confirmed by the residents of the Kherson region at the plebiscite, which will take place 100% this year,” Stremousov said.

According to him, the Zelensky regime has always pursued an anti-Ukrainian and anti-people policy, thereby reaching the point that Ukraine ceased to exist as a state.

“Zelensky is an inadequate person, because he plans to fight to the last Ukrainian. Each of his statements are hundreds of lives ruined by him, innocent people, citizens of Ukraine, whom the Ukrainian fascists are pushing into a senseless war, which they themselves incited, ”Stremousov said.

During the special operation, the Russian military took control of the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region in southern Ukraine. Civil-military administrations have been formed in the regions, Russian TV channels and radio stations have begun broadcasting, and trade ties with Crimea are being restored. On June 11, the first residents of the regions received Russian passports.


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