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Partisans blow up Putin's party HQ in occupied Nova Kakhovka

However, the occupiers claim that it was a drone strike.

Partisans blow up Putin's party HQ in occupied Nova Kakhovka
Photo: NRC

On the morning of 27 February, guerrillas set off explosions at the entrance to the office of the United Russia party and near a "polling station" in the occupied town of Nova Kakhovka in Kherson Region, according to the National Resistance Centre.

"Thus, the resistance movement forces sent 'greetings' to the occupiers and stopped the fake 'election' process in the captured city," the NRC noted.

They also added that the occupying authorities are trying to hush up the activities of the guerrillas in the occupied territories.

"Currently, the enemy is trying to hide the fact that there are occupation resistance forces in the TOT. Therefore, in order not to sow panic, the Russians are now talking about mythical UAVs that allegedly hit the facilities, even though this is not true," the NRC said.

Ukrainians are asked not to participate in the "elections" organised in the occupied settlements.

"The National Resistance Centre calls on the citizens of Ukraine not to participate in the Kremlin's propaganda staging called 'elections'. At the same time, the resistance movement notes that every collaborator who helps organise the 'election process' will be held accountable for their actions," the National Resistance Centre said.

On 25 February, the so-called "early voting" in the Russian presidential "elections" began in the occupied territories of Zaporizhzhya Region. For three weeks, members of the "election commissions" will collect votes in support of Putin among residents of the TOT.

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