The pro-Russian head of the Kherson region was hospitalized, he was replaced by a Russian


    Vladimir Saldo, who calls himself the head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region, said that he was hospitalized. And about. Sergey Eliseev, a citizen of Russia, who recently headed the government of the region, became the head of the administration. Mr. Saldo did not specify his diagnosis and his condition.

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    “After another meeting with the government of the Kherson region, the Minister of Health approached me and began to insist on an immediate medical examination. Of course, I refused, but the minister brought the doctors to the office, who, after doing an examination, insisted on immediate hospitalization. After discussing with colleagues, I decided to agree with the doctors’ proposals,” wrote Mr. Saldo in his Telegram channel.

    Sergey Yeliseev headed the cabinet of ministers of the pro-Russian administration of the Kherson region on 4 July. His deputy was Vladimir Bespalov, who worked together with Mr. Eliseev in the government of the Kaliningrad region.

    From 1993 to 2005 he served in the state security agencies. Then until 2014 he worked in commercial organizations. Since August 2014 – in the civil service. From July 17, 2021, he worked as First Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of the Kaliningrad Region – Chief of Staff.

    On July 5, Andrei Kozenko, ex-deputy of the State Duma from Crimea and a member of the United Russia party, was appointed to the post of deputy head of the pro-Russian military-civilian administration of the Zaporozhye region. Also, officials from Russia received posts in the governments of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. The pro-Russian authorities of the Zaporizhia region stated that they were going to annex the region to Russia.

    Julia Abugalieva


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