An explosion occured in Nova Kakhovka: the car of the Putin's party local branch head blown up
On the morning of October 7, an explosion occurred in the temporarily occupied Nova Kakhovka, Kherson region. An unidentified explosive device was used to blow up a car.
This was reported by Russian propaganda media. The car belonged to the head of the local branch of Putin's United Russia party, Vladimir Malov. He was hospitalized in serious condition.
"Today a car was blown up in the city of Nova Kakhovka at around 9:30. The executive secretary of the Novokakhovka local branch, Vladimir Malov, born in 1957, was taken to the hospital in a very serious condition. The circumstances of the incident are being established," said Igor Kastyukevich, a native of Saratov, Russia, who was appointed by Moscow as a senator-representative of the "legislative power of the Kherson region".
For some reason, "Senator Kastyukevich" classified the bombing of the head of Putin's party in the occupied territory of Ukraine as "terrorist attacks against civilians."
"We consider this a terrorist attack against civilians and those who are building a peaceful life in the Kherson region," the invader said.
So far, Malov is alive. However, according to the Russian gauleiters in the Kherson region, it may not be for long.
"Doctors are currently fighting for Volodymyr's life. And they will do everything in their power to ensure that he survives," said a representative of the occupation "authorities" in the Kherson region.
Earlier, SSU detained a collaborator in the Kherson region who worked as an accountant for the occupiers. The resident of the Bilozerska district offered her services to the invaders during the occupation of the region by Russia.
It has also been reported that the occupiers are deepening the port of Mariupol to take the loot out of Ukraine. They expect that this will allow them to accept large ships there, and also hope that turning the city into a new logistics hub will reduce the load on the Crimean bridge.