60% of structures in Lysychansk in ruins due to Russian shelling

60% of structures in Lysychansk in ruins due to Russian shelling

60% of structures in Lysychansk in ruins due to Russian shelling

Ukraine claims Russian forces pushed back in east in fierce fighting (Credits: Google)

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  • Lysychansk is one of just two urban areas in Ukraine still under Russian control.
  • 20,000 individuals are left in the city, down from a prewar populace of 97,000.
  • The more drawn out the conflict, the more despicable, disgraceful and skeptical things Russia records, an official says.
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Nearly 60% of the foundation and private structures in Lysychansk, one of just two urban communities in the east still under essentially halfway Ukrainian control, have been obliterated by assaults, a nearby authority has said.

Oleksandr Zaika, head of Lysychansk City Military-Civil Administration, said on a “data telemarathon” referred to by the Unian news organization that constant laying out had thumped power, gaseous petrol, phone, and web access.

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Zaika said 20,000 individuals are left in the city, down from a prewar populace of 97,000.
Zelenskyy said Russian powers were activating individuals from the region of the Donbas that were at that point influenced quite a bit by sending them in to fight in the principal line of assault, with Russian soldiers arriving behind them.

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“The more drawn out the conflict goes on, the more despicable, disgraceful, and skeptical things Russia is always recording in its set of experiences,” he added.

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