Russia gives passports to Ukrainians in occupied cities: Report
New Delhi : The Russia-Ukraine war is finding no end to the conflict, amid these reports are coming that the Russian authorities have started giving passports to the Ukrainians stranded in the occupied cities. According to a news report, 23 Kherson residents have been given the Russian passport at a special event.
Kherson is among the first cities Russia had captured back in February when the war started and now Russia is attempting to tighten its grip over the area.
A news report separately claimed such incident happening at Melitopol city.
"All our Kherson residents want to obtain a passport and (Russian) citizenship as soon as possible, " the regional administration's pro-Moscow chief Vladimir Saldo was quoted as saying by TASS, the Russian state-owned news agency.