“RIA Novosti” reported on the preparation of a terrorist attack in Kherson captured by the Armed Forces of Ukraine
“RIA Novosti”: a prisoner of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on the preparation of a terrorist attack in a hotel in Kherson
The captured staff sergeant of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Alexander Timko received an order from the commander “to carry out a terrorist attack in a Kherson hotel where migrants from other regions of Ukraine lived.” This was reported to the Russian state agency “RIA Novosti” I received a command related to the fact that the Stagecoach Hotel live Russian military, and I need to start liquidating. It is necessary, so to speak, to make noise and act of terrorism. I decided to conduct reconnaissance,— he said.
The military found out the names of the guests, asked about the possibility of settling in and found out that refugees from Nikolaev, Krivoy Rog and other cities lived in the hotel. Then he called the lieutenant colonel and said that the people he spoke about were not here. “He said that the special forces know better who lives where, that we have received a task and we must complete it. I refused to comply, — Timko told.
According to RIA Novosti, after the refusal, the military began to receive threats of reprisals under martial law and hear accusations of betraying the Motherland. He was hiding in Kherson with a group of subordinates and was trying to establish contact with his superiors.
Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. Kyiv introduced martial law. Representatives of 141 countries from the UN General Assembly condemned the actions of the Russian authorities, demanded a ceasefire and the withdrawal of troops.
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The Russian Armed Forces took Kherson under control on March 2. A military-civilian administration appeared in the city, headed by pro-Russian activists, whom the Ukrainian authorities called collaborators. They have been charged with treason.
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