The authorities of Lisichansk warned of a possible forced evacuation from the city

The authorities of Lysichansk warned of a possible forced evacuation from the city

The military administration of Lysichansk, Luhansk region, did not rule out the forced evacuation of the population and the closure of the city for entry.

– We are preparing a relevant order and will announce it, – said the head of the VA Valeriy Shibiko in a commentary for Hromadske Radio, which was published on June 26.

The Main Directorate of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in the Lugansk region reported on Sunday evening, that the rescuers of the Lugansk garrison continue to carry out the evacuation of the civilian population from Lisichansk.

– Today we managed to deliver bread and drinking water to Lisichansk, as well as evacuate 6 residents from Lisichansk, including one child, the department says on Facebook.

According to journalists, two rescue vehicles remained in the city – for extinguishing fires and for technical water for people, as well as 15 doctors. In Lisichansk there is no communication, gas, water and electricity. Residents cook food on a fire. Most of them live in basements. Among them are immigrants from Rubizhne, Popasna and Severodonetsk. People say they have nowhere to go and nothing. Every day, law enforcement officers record the dead and wounded among civilians. People are buried in graves themselves or with the help of the police.

On Sunday morning, the head of the Luhansk Regional State Administration Serhiy Gaidai said in his Telegram channel that “after the capture of Severodonetsk, the enemy army concentrated all its forces on capturing the last fortress of the Luhansk region – Lysichansk” .

On June 20, the head of the military administration of Lisichansk, Valery Shibiko, said that up to 12,000 people remained in the city.

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