British intelligence: Food shortages will lead to increase in civilians attempting to flee Kherson

“As a result of a Ukrainian strike against a Russian ammunition train in Kherson oblast, southern Ukraine, it is highly unlikely the rail link connecting Kherson with Crimea remains operational,” reads British Intelligence update on Ukraine, SİA informs.

“Russia has promoted the ferry crossing recently established to replace the damaged Antonovsky Bridge over the Dnipro River in Kherson for civilian use. However, Russian military forces will almost certainly utilize it for troop movements and logistical resupply.

"It is likely we will see an increase in civilians attempting to flee Kherson and the surrounding area as hostilities continue and food shortages worsen. This will create pressure on transport nodes and routes, likely resulting in measures to control movement being implemented,” the British Defense Ministry tweeted.

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