Russian soldiers are more and more often hospitalized with suspected cholera, several have already died, the Ukrainian-Tatar resistance movement Atesh reported on Telegram on Saturday
Russian soldiers are more and more often hospitalized with suspected cholera, several have already died, the Ukrainian-Tatar resistance movement Atesh reported on Telegram on Saturday. The reason for this wave of illnesses is probably the consumption of untreated water as a result of the blowing up of the dam in Nova Kakhovka.
According to the activists of the movement, the soldiers withdrawn from the fortification lines in the Kherson region are probably being redeployed to another section of the front. “They will probably be used as a reserve,” the post reads. As it was added, in order to confuse the enemy, the Russian army leaves scarecrows in the trenches.
Atesh also informed that Russian soldiers with suspected cholera are admitted to military hospitals in Kherson and Crimea every day. Entire units from Kherson along the North Crimean Channel lose their combat effectiveness and are taken to the rear for treatment. Several Russian soldiers died.
This is most likely due to the consumption of untreated water, which became a threat after the dam in Nova Kakhovka was blown up. Atesz appealed to the inhabitants of Kherson and Crimea to be especially careful when it comes to drinking water.
The Atesh resistance movement operates in the occupied Crimea and the Russian-occupied areas of southern Ukraine. Reports on the first successful attacks organized by Atesz appeared in early February 2023. It was then reported that the partisans blew up a car in which two officers of the Rosgvardiya were traveling.