Russia began distributing passports in occupied Ukrainian cities

Kathmandu, June 12

Russian passports are now being distributed to residents of the two seized cities of Kherson and Melitopol in southern Ukraine. While Russian President Vladimir Putin has quickened the process, Ukraine has expressed its dissatisfaction with Russia’s actions.

Russian passports were presented to 23 Kherson citizens during a ceremony on Saturday,
according to the Russian news agency Tass. Thousands of people have filed for Russian
passports, according to the news agency.

Volodymyr Saldo, the Russian-appointed governor of Kherson, stated that “all Kharsen comrades” will obtain passports and Russian citizenship as soon as possible. Ukraine has declared Russia’s action to be illegal.


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