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Occupiers report death of Russian-installed "deputy head" of Kherson Oblast occupation administration

Wednesday, 9 November 2022, 14:13
Occupiers report death of Russian-installed deputy head of Kherson Oblast occupation administration

Russian propagandists are reporting the death of Kirill Stremousov, a  so-called "deputy head" of the occupation "administration" of Kherson Oblast.

Source: Russian state-owned news agency RIA Novosti

Details: The death of the Russian-installed leader was reported by the so-called press service of the regional administration.


On 9 November, Russian propaganda sources reported Stremousov’s death.

Some Telegram channels state that he died in a car accident near the city of Henichesk.

The information has yet to be confirmed.

In addition, there is currently no photo or video confirmation of the collaborator's death.

At the same time, Stremousov's Telegram channel confirms that he was involved in an accident, but it is noted that his condition will be "assessed by doctors", and the information about his death is "unofficial".

Previously: Volodymyr Saldo, the Russian puppet head (sometimes referred to by the World War II-era German term "gauleiter") of the occupied part of Kherson Oblast, fell into a coma and was "under treatment" for a long time, but later returned.

Russian collaborators recently announced that the so-called "administration" is leaving the city of Kherson.

During the escalation at the front, Stremousov and other collaborators left hot spots and hid in Russia or occupied Crimea.


  • Kirill Stremousov, a deputy "head" of the occupying "administration" of Kherson Oblast, claimed that the Russian forces will likely retreat to the left bank of the Dnipro River.
  • In October, Stremousov reported on the preparation of a Ukrainian offensive on Kherson. Later, the occupiers announced the evacuation of the so-called "administration" from the city to the left bank of the Dnipro River.

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