Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced his decision amid the ongoing war with Russia.
A year after the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who continued to resist, made an important decision. By this decision, the head of the Kherson city military administration, Galina Lugovaya, was dismissed. Following the withdrawal of Russian troops in November, the city of Kherson, once again under the control of the Ukrainian army, has recently come under attack by Russian troops.
Since the Russian-Ukrainian war is in its first year, Russia’s offensive on the territory of Ukraine and the fierce resistance of Ukraine continue.
Finally, a critical decision came from Zelensky regarding Kherson, which had been heavily bombed by the Russian army.
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Lugovaya, the head of the Kherson military administration, was dismissed and Romana Mrochko was appointed in her place by a second decree.
Mrochko served as Deputy Military Prosecutor of the Southern District of Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Zelensky dismissed Major General Eduard Moskalev, Commander of the Joint Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, over the weekend.
RUSSIA’S ATTACK TARGET: KHERSON
Following the withdrawal of Russian troops in November, the city of Kherson, once again under the control of the Ukrainian army, has recently become the target of attacks by Russian forces.
Russian attacks in the city have injured and killed civilians who are working to bring life back to normal with electricity and telephone service.
Ukrainian authorities said 10 civilians were killed and about 60 people were injured in a December 24 attack by Russian troops on the city of Kherson.
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