Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, has announced to Russians that they need not panic over the retreat of the Russian army from Kherson, and assured them that all of the annexed territories would eventually be Russian.
Quote: "The concept of territorial sovereignty has not disappeared in our country. Everything will return back home, to the Russian Federation.
Alarmism (anxiety - ed.) of all caring people is quite understandable, but hysterics and panicking are not".
Details: Medvedev has called on his compatriots not to offer "the enemy reasons for jubilation near and far" and [instead] to frequently remind everyone about the "greatness and limitlessness of the Russian world".
Previously: On 11 November, the Ministry of Defence of Russia claimed that all occupying forces have left Kherson and transferred to the left bank of the Dnipro River without suffering any losses.
Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of the President of Russia, claimed that despite the military’s decision, Kherson Oblast "remains a part of Russia, and there can be no changes to that."
Meanwhile, residents are joyfully welcoming the Ukrainian forces in the liberated villages in Kherson Oblast and are waiting for them in the city of Kherson.
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