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Severodonetsk: “Ukrainian army ready to withdraw from the city” – Foreign

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Severodonetsk: “Ukrainian army ready to withdraw from the city” – Foreign

Rome, June 24, 2022 – Le Ukrainian troops are ready to retreat from the city of Severodonetsk. The announcement comes on the day in which the fourth month of the is celebrated war in Ukraine. A conflict that has experienced death and destruction and which today focuses on front Orientalwhere control of the twin cities of Severodonetsk e Lysychansk it is a key point in the current phase of the conflict. The control of the region of the Lugansk on the part of Russians would be closer. Confirmations come directly from the words of the governor of the region, Sergiy Gaiday who said that the military forces of Kiev are ready to leave Severodonetsk: “The Ukrainian military will withdraw from Severodonetsk, they have received the order,” said Gaiday.

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The shoulders of the Russian invasion forces have for days turned into a bloody war of attrition, with both sides inflicting heavy casualties on the enemies, but the fact is that Moscahas been able to make steady progress over the past two weeks. According to the latest update provided by Governor Gaiday, the defenders have repelled yet another attack on the southern outskirts of Lysychansk, the last city fully controlled by Ukraine in the Lugansk region. Gaidai added that both the town and the neighboring village of Borivske were hit overnight by Russian airstrikes that razed several homes, while a Russian infantry assault on Borivskyi “was successfully stopped”.

The Russia, however, he took control of the village of Mykolaivka, located near a key highway for the Ukrainian troops defending the main eastern city of Severodonetsk and which at this point “will have to be withdrawn” as they “remain in indefensible positions only for the desire not to abandon the position makes no sense, and the death toll is growing. ” The governor added that 90% of Severodonetsk’s houses were damaged or destroyed.

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