“Hell out there” in Ukrainian Severodonetsk — Sergiy Gaiday

According to Sergiy Gaiday, governor of the Lugansk region, who wrote on Telegram, “the Russian army is… just destroying everything” and he called the current predicament “hell out there.”

Russian troops have been bombing and battering Ukraine’s eastern Lugansk and the city Severodonetsk where they have been shelling for months.

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Gaiday further informed that, “our boys are holding their positions and will continue to hold on as long as necessary.” However, Eastern Ukraine has been under attack for a number of weeks and, despite the efforts of the Ukrainians, the Russian troops are, indeed, advancing.

As the forces gain greater control over Severodonetsk, Lysychansk is becoming a new victim of their bombardment.

Andrei Marochko, a Russian separatist officer, told the media that “enormous work has been accomplished,” and the Russian forces are hopeful of greater success surrounding the twin cities. They have also taken over villages in the area and the two cities would allow them power over Lugansk entirely, giving them further passage into the Donbas.

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Though the February invasion was unsuccessful, Moscow’s forces are hoping to gain large eastern parts of the country.

The Russian defence ministry recently acknowledged, on Wednesday, its own responsibility for the death of many Ukrainian forces in southern Mykolaiv through a missile strike.

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These political and military battles are never without consequence to the civilians, however, and in Ukraine, the City mayor Oleksandr Senkevych told the media that this Russian strike had damaged a school and two firms. It also triggered a blaze that could not be put out.

In central Ukrainian Zaporizhzhia, with the threats of approaching Russian troops, women were being taught to use Kalashnikov assault rifles in urban combat.

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that the Russian forces were guilty of “brutal and cynical” attacks in the Kharkiv region and, according to the governor, 15 had been killed there.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) also mentioned the “outrageous lack of care to distinguish and protect civilians” informing that the majority of people it had saved blamed the Russian side for their grievances.

Russian officials claimed that an oil refinery hit by two drones had resulted in an explosion and fire in Rostov, bordering Ukraine. There were, however, no casualties.

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