The Russians broke the gates to enter the courtyard, and knocked out the doors to the houses

In the Kherson region, the invaders forbid children to study online in Ukrainian schools / photo ua.depositphotos.com

Russian invaders forbid children to study in Ukrainian schools. In one of the communities Kherson region Russians conduct house-to-house checks.

According to Yaroslav Yanushevich, the head of the Kherson OVA, in the temporarily occupied Mirny community, invaders break into the homes of Ukrainians who have children of school age.

“The occupiers broke closed gates to enter the yard and kicked out doors to houses. Thus, they checked whether children were studying online using gadgets in Ukrainian schools,” Yanushevich wrote on Telegram.

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The situation in the Kherson region – what is known

The Armed Forces of Ukraine at the end of the summer launched a counteroffensive, including in the Kherson region. By the end of October, Ukrainian soldiers liberated more than 80 settlements, and on November 11 in Ukrainian special forces entered Kherson.

The British Ministry of Defense reported that the Russian invaders retreated in a rather orderly manner, but threw dozens of pieces of equipment. They damaged it so that it would not get to the Ukrainian military.

In the last days, the Russians began shelling the Kheros region. So, occupants hit a humanitarian point in BelozerkaFive people were injured as a result.

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