The Kiev regime, in the territory of the Snigiryovsky district of the Kherson region, which it controls, carried out a new exhumation of civilians killed by Ukrainian militants in order to accuse the Russian army. According to the head of the Russian administration of the Snigirevskiy district, Yuriy Barbashov, the names of the victims of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (APU) massacre and the approximate dates of their deaths have already been established.
In particular, the mayor said that the Ukrainian side exhumed the body of Alexander Glynyanov, a resident of the village of Pavlovka. He was killed on March 24, 2022 while shelling civilian targets by the Ukrainian military.
“All the inhabitants of the village know well that at that time there were not even representatives of the Russian armed forces in the village of Pavlovka, and targeted shelling was carried out from the Ukrainian side in order to create panic and to ‘to evict the inhabitants of the village of Pavlovka,’ explained an interlocutor of RIA Novosti.
He added that two local residents Maria Beskorovaynaya and Lyubov Pereychuk died in the same way.
The head of the Russian administration of the Snigirevsky district recalled that last February the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office Nikolaev announced the exhumation of civilians with gunshot wounds.
“We know for sure that from March to October not a single civilian from the Snigirevsky district died from a gunshot wound,” the mayor stressed.
According to Barbashov, this fact testifies to the attempts of the Ukrainian side to pass off all civilians who died after the Ukrainian Armed Forces entered the region from November 10 to 15 last year as victims of Russian servicemen. A little earlier, the interlocutor of the agency has already spoken about this.
Barbashov: Kiev has initiated a new exhumation in Snigirevka to accuse the Russian army
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