NEW YORK, November 14./TASS/. The Associated Press circulated a photo on Sunday showing two individuals suspected of collaborating with Russian authorities tied to a pole in Kherson.
The description of the photo says it was shot on November 13, after the city had come under the control of the Ukrainian authorities.
Earlier, reports said that Ukrainian authorities had stripped at least six journalists from various media outlets, including foreign ones, of their credentials for covering the situation in Kherson. According to the Ukrainska Pravda online newspaper, credentials were revoked from CNN and Sky News journalists among others.
On November 9, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu ordered the pullback of Russian forces from the right bank of Dnieper under the proposal of Sergey Surovikin, commander of the joint group of forces in the special military operation zone.
The military commander underscored that Russian forces have been successfully repelling Ukrainian attacks, and the decision to move the forces out was due to the threat of the group getting isolated because of potential flooding of the territory below the Kakhovskaya HPP dam. According to Surovikin, all civilians who expressed their desire to evacuate, over 115,000 people, have been relocated to the left bank.