Ukrainian defense forces have moved the Russian military in Sievierodonetsk by 20%, now Russia controls about half of the city, although the day before the occupiers occupied 70% of the territory.
This was announced by the head of the Luhansk oblast military administration Serhiy Haidai.
He also denied claims by some analysts that Sievierodonetsk could be captured in the next two weeks — events over the past two days have shown how the Armed Forces can push out the enemy.
According to Haidai, the Russians have lost a lot of equipment and personnel, including KadyroviteH. Gaidai is convinced that when Ukraine has long-range weapons, we will be able to push Russian artillery back.
- Serhiy Haidai is convinced that the city has all the chances for a quick release, as the defenders are successfully conducting local operations, taking prisoners and have everything necessary to expel the occupiers from the regional center.
- Approximately 800 people are hiding in several bomb shelters near the Azot chemical plant in Sievierodonetsk.