As has been repeatedly reported, the Russian invaders seek to form a propaganda picture of fake “liberation” in the occupied territories of Zaporizhzhia and Kherson regions.

To do this, the aggressor tried to imitate the “May Day holidays” with Soviet and pro-Russian slogans in Berdyansk, Henichesk, Melitopol, Nova Kakhovka.

But due to the reluctance of local residents to “celebrate” something under occupation, both artists in the form of fake “officials” and the “spectators” Russians brought with them to the holidays.

Before the beginning of such work of the aggressor’s propaganda in the occupied Kherson region on the night of May 1, mobile communication and the Internet from Ukrainian providers and operators practically disappeared.

According to the Minister of digital transformation of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov, the disconnection occurred due to line breaks and power outages of operators’ equipment, which took place in the Russian-occupied territory.

At the same time, the occupiers promise, in addition to the forced introduction of the Russian ruble, to establish “own providers” in the occupied territories of Ukraine’s southern mainland.

Most likely, these will be the same criminal structures controlled by the Russian secret services that have been operating illegally in the occupied districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions for several years – the so-called “Phoenix” and “Lugakom” operators and “Ugletelecom” Internet provider.