The mayor of Severodonetsk said that Russian troops completely captured the city

The mayor of Severodonetsk said that the Russian troops had completely captured the city

Severodonetsk is under the complete control of the Russian army, it is no longer possible to leave the city for the Ukrainian-controlled part. This was stated by the mayor of the city Alexander Stryuk on the air of the all-Ukrainian telethon.

– The city is completely under the occupation of the Russian Federation. They are trying to establish their own order there, they appointed some kind of commandant who collects some kind of asset. The city is so destroyed that it will be difficult for people to cope with this situation. Let's hope that the city will return under the control of Ukraine as soon as possible, – Stryuk said.

According to him, the townspeople cannot yet evacuate, the only opportunity to leave Severodonetsk is to the territory occupied by the Russians

-Now there is no opportunity to leave, people can only leave in the direction of the occupied territory. If there is an opportunity to get to the territory of the “mainland” – we will help, but so far there is no such possibility, – he stressed.

As Stryuk noted, people who were hiding on Azot began to leave their shelters. Citizens need medical and psychological help. The Russians shoot propaganda videos with them. So far, there is no way to transfer humanitarian aid to the remaining townspeople, since fighting is taking place on the borders of the city.

Earlier, the mayor of Severodonetsk, Oleksandr Stryuk, said that the Ukrainian military managed to leave the city without falling into a blockade. According to him, our defenders withdrew to more fortified positions than they saved their lives. The Severodonetsk mayor also notes that the situation in the city remains difficult.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous post Polyakova Asked Zelensky to Grant Ukrainian Citizenship to Russian Blogger Belotserkovskaya
Next post Vereshchuk: People deported to Russia will be allowed into Ukraine even without passports