November 13, 2022 Russia-Ukraine information

Residents use their mobile phones near a Starlink satellite broadband station in Kherson, Ukraine November 13.
Residents use their cellphones close to a Starlink satellite tv for pc broadband station in Kherson, Ukraine November 13. (AFP/Getty Pictures)

The pinnacle of the regional army administration in Kherson area on Sunday shared an replace on the standing of liberated villages, together with guidelines imposed by martial regulation and the restoration of key companies.

Regardless of the return of Ukrainian management, residents ought to keep out of the lately liberated areas as a result of danger of Russian assaults, official Yaroslav Yanushevich wrote in a Telegram put up on Sunday.

“There stays a excessive chance of enemy shelling on the precise (west) financial institution of the Dnipro River within the Kherson area. The Russian military, when fleeing, begins combating with civilians out of desperation. We’ve got seen this repeatedly in lots of liberated settlements,” he warned.

However Ukrainian leaders say they’ve efficiently reintroduced some important companies to the area.

“It has already been potential to revive the provision of pure fuel to greater than 300 residents of the liberated settlements of the Kherson area,” wrote Yanushevich.

He additionally stated that the cell connection has been restored within the metropolis of Kherson.

“Kyivstar’s (Ukrainian cell operator) LTE is already working within the metropolis heart on the sq. close to the regional state administration,” he stated.

A CNN crew noticed a communications tower within the metropolis of Kherson on Sunday.

Yanushevich stated that throughout the Russian occupation of town of Kherson, many of the pharmacies stopped working. He assured that “the pharmacies will resume functioning after the demining of the territories”.

The area stays beneath martial regulation, the official stated. Ukrainian authorities have banned the transport of water within the area till November 19, saying it’s for the safety of residents.