The head of the Chernihiv Regional military administration, Vyacheslav Chaus, said that the enemies had been thrown out of the vicinity of Chernihiv and were now on their way to the region's borders.
"Russian troops have already left Chernihiv and are leaving the region. In the meantime, we have organized a temporary alternative route from Kyiv, which is relatively safe and brings humanitarian aid to Chernihiv," Chaus said.
Currently, the head of the region and the military administration are asking the residents of the region not to return home, as the Russians have destroyed all the infrastructure. There is no communications, water, electricity, or gas in the cities. There is also a high risk of encountering enemy stretch marks and mines. As soon as the responsible agencies bring humanitarian aid and clear the city of the remnants of the presence of barbarians in the sacred territory of the Chernihiv region, everyone may return home.
"Villages near Chernihiv have been badly damaged, where the moskal frenzy has built tanks, rocket-propelled grenade launchers and driven residents into basements. However, many people do not want to leave Chernihiv," Chaus said.
When the village of Yahidne in the Chernihiv region was liberated from Russian executioners, the Armed Forces of Ukraine found a basement with 150 hostages. Russian beasts captured 150 women and children and kept them in the school basement for several weeks. These people could not go outside, there were no sanitary zones there, and they were fed once several days. Moreover, the bodies of those who died of wounds and starvation were not taken out of the room but kept with the living.
"Here they were sick and dying. Here the living were next to the dead. Hunger. Thirst. Fear. Pain. Despair. Toilet on a bucket. Suffocation. Children. There were women and children. I bow to their courage and endurance. It's awful. The enemy will be responsible for this for sure Answer in full," Vyacheslav Chaus.