Kirill Stremousov Killed: What Happened to Kherson Russian-appointed Deputy Governor? & Car Crash Explained.

Kirill Stremousov Killed: What Happened to Kherson Russian-appointed Deputy Governor? & Car Crash Explained.
Kirill Stremousov Killed: What Happened to Kherson Russian-appointed Deputy Governor? & Car Crash Explained.

Kirill Stremousov died in Ukrainian territory. Let’s see more about what happened to Kherson Russian-appointed Deputy Governor.

How Did Kirill Stremousov Die?

According to Russian officials and state news organizations, one of the most senior Russian-appointed officials in occupied Ukrainian territory, Kirill Stremousov has died.

Kirill Stremousov Cause Of Death

According to the press secretary for the territory’s head, Kirill Stremousov, the deputy leader of the Kherson region in southern Ukraine who had been appointed by Russia, was killed in a car accident.

What Happened To Kirill Stremousov?

In a significant setback to recent Ukrainian advances, Russia also ordered a retreat from the west bank of the Dnipro River across the Kherson region on Wednesday.

According to the Crimean health minister and the Russian state media outlet Vesti (VGTRK), Stremousov was killed in an accident on the highway connecting Kherson and Armyansk. According to Vesti, Stremousov was 45 years of age.

The Russian-appointed “leader” of Kherson, Vladimir Saldo, also made the announcement of his passing in a Telegram post, writing: “It is very difficult for me to say that Kirill Stremousov passed away today. He passed away while travelling through the Kherson region in an automobile accident.

Who Was Kirill Stremousov?

When Kherson fell early in the invasion, Stremousov, a Ukrainian, was quick to support the Russian occupation and quickly rose to become one of the most prominent and outspoken Russian appointees.

Stremousov was a key player in organising and promoting the referendum on Kherson’s illegitimate annexation by Russia. More recently, he had been the impetus behind the evacuation of people from Kherson’s west bank as Ukrainian forces advanced into the Dnipro.

“Most citizens who chose to remain in Kherson are only now beginning to comprehend the gravity of the situation and my warnings,” Stremousov said on Tuesday.

Stremousov routinely used Telegram to brandish the terms “Nazis” and “fascists” to refer to Ukrainian authorities and forces. But he also criticised the Russian military’s errors. He attributed the military failures in Kherson to “incompetent commanders” who weren’t made to pay for their errors.

According to Russian official media, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu ordered the removal of Russian forces from the Dnipro’s west bank later on Wednesday.

Since Ukrainian forces overran the northern Kharkiv region in September, this would represent the war’s most important military development. As Ukrainian soldiers march in two directions into the city of Kherson, Shoigu gave the command.

According to earlier reports from a local Ukrainian official and Russian military analysts on Telegram, Russian forces have also demolished bridges that cross over the region of Kherson that is under occupation to the west of the Dnipro.

Tweets Online

Meduza in English tweeted,

Kirill Stremousov, the Russian-installed deputy head of the collaborationist administration in Ukraine’s Kherson region, died in a “car crash” on Wednesday, according to pro-Russian sources.

Dmitri tweeted,

⚡️ According to unconfirmed reports, Deputy Head of Kherson “administration” Kirill Stremousov has died in a car crash.

Anton Gerashchenko tweeted,

Some Russian media report that Kirill Stremousov, “head” of Kherson, allegedly died in an accident.

Waiting for official confirmation.

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