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Ukrainians in Severodonetsk must ‘give up or die’, says separatist leader

Russia has pushed back Ukrainian forces from the center of Severodonetsk, the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) announced Monday morning.

“The enemy, with artillery support, carried out assault operations in the city of Severodonetsk, had partial success, pushed our units back from the city center and hostilities are continuing,” the official said. ‘AFU.

Russia knew success ‘thanks to a significant advantage in artillery’, Serhiy said Hayday, head of the military administration of the Luhansk region, via Telegram.

Hayday said about 500 civilians, including 40 children, were still sheltering at the Azot chemical plant, which was coming under heavy shelling “by large-caliber enemy artillery”, he said.

Ukrainian forces were trying to evacuate people, Hayday said. “The Azot shelters are not as strong as those in the Mariupol Azovstal,” he added.


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