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The pro-Russian authorities in Kharkov denounce the death of a mayor in an attack from Ukraine

Archive – A destroyed building in Kharkov, Ukraine – Alex Chan Tsz Yuk/SOPA Images vi / DPA – File

MADRID, July 11 (EUROPA PRESS) –

The pro-Russian authorities of the Ukrainian region of Kharkov have denounced the death of the mayor of Valiki Burluk, Yevegeni Yunakov, after an attack on a vehicle carried out by “the Nazis of the Ukrainian government”.

“The explosion of a car in Veliki Burluk, which killed the head of the local administration Yevgeni Yunakov, was a well-planned and organized terrorist attack by the Nazis of the Ukrainian Government,” the pro-Russian Administration of Kharkov has denounced.

According to the authorities, the terrorist attack was carried out by a sabotage and reconnaissance group whose members placed an explosive under the mayor’s vehicle, reports the Russian news agency TASS.

On the other hand, the Ukrainian side has reported that the mayor of the city of Kherson, in the homonymous region, Igor Kolijaev, is missing after learning that Russian troops had taken him hostage.

As detailed by the regional governor, Dimitro Butrii, “to date there is only information that he was taken away”, which is generating a period of inactivity at the administrative level, reports the Ukrainian news agency Ukrinform.

According to Butrii, only Kolijaev has certain credentials for the remuneration of public employees, although he has acknowledged that this problem is expected to be solved shortly.

The aforementioned Ukrainian agency reported at the end of June that the Russian invaders had kidnapped the mayor of Kherson, presumably because of his refusal to collaborate with the occupation forces.

Source: Europa Press

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