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Ukraine: Russian troops occupied Severodonetsky completely

Ukraine: As per the head of the military administration of Severodonetsk, Alexander Stryuk, the Russians have occupied the city completely. According to him, the occupiers have already appointed their "commandant". 

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Ukraine: As per the head of the military administration of Severodonetsk, Alexander Stryuk, the Russians have occupied the city completely. According to him, the occupiers have already appointed their “commandant”. 

“The city is so ruined, people will find it difficult to deal with all this. We hope that the city will return to Ukrainian control as soon as possible .” Said Strick. 

Citizens can leave the city only through the occupied territories. 

Strick also said that people fleeing the nitrogen plant are slowly leaving the area. Now they are under occupation. 

“People who have been fleeing the nitrogen plant for more than three months need psychological help, but the Russians have taken advantage of their situation and have already started making propaganda videos .” – Said Alexander Struk. 

On June 24, the military chief of the Luhansk region, Serhiy Gaidai, said that the Ukrainian army was to be withdrawn from Severodonetsk for a tactical retreat. 

The Russians attacked Severodonetsk after Ukrainian troops were captured in Mariupol, Azovstal, as it was impossible to continue the fight, and it was impossible to lift the blockade militarily. 

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. The fighting has been going on for four months. The aggressor country initially attacked many Ukrainian cities simultaneously; however, the Russians did not succeed. Now fighting is taking place in the eastern part of Ukraine. 

Due to the invasion of Ukraine, the West imposed severe economic sanctions on Ukraine. Trade and flights were suspended. Hundreds of Western brands have left the country. 

As a result of the war, more than 12 million Ukrainian citizens became refugees. Hundreds of people were killed, including more than 300 children.  

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