The collaborator Saldo informed that he had returned to the occupied Kherson region

Kostia Andreikovets

The so-called governor of the occupied Kherson region Volodymyr Saldo probably returned to the region after health problems and reports of his death by collaborators and Russian mass media.

The message about the return of the balance appeared in his Telegram channel.

It says that the collaborator has been at his workplace since September 19 and has returned to his duties.

"Volodymyr Saldo emphasizes that the course of the Kherson region to join the Russian Federation remains firm and unchanged," the message reads.

  • On August 5, the "head" of the occupied Kherson region Saldo appointed by the occupiers, was hospitalized in Crimea. It was reported that the doctors put him in a medically induced coma, and Russian mass media wrote about his possible poisoning. According to other sources, he could have suffered a stroke.
  • On September 12, a number of Russian media published news that Saldo had died in the hospital, but it was quickly removed.