Kadyrov announced the capture of Severodonetsk under control
The head of Chechnya stressed that all positions of the Ukrainian military in Severodonetsk were destroyed. “The city has been liberated. Residents can breathe easy,” added Kadyrov
Russian troops took Severodonetsk in the Luhansk region in Ukraine under full control. This was announced by the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.
“Severodonetsk is under our complete control. The Nazis have been defeated. All their positions have been destroyed. The city has been liberated. Residents can breathe easy. From now on, nothing threatens them any more, — he wrote in Telegram.
According to Kadyrov, it was originally planned to liberate Severodonetsk in a week, but on May 28 he made changes to the plan and set the task of taking the city under control in three days. “As a result, our fighters coped even faster— in three hours, — he stressed.
Chechen fighters, the forces of the Russian Ministry of Defense and the forces of the People's Militia of the LPR took part in the attack on Severodonetsk. According to Kadyrov, as a result, there are prisoners.
On May 25, Kadyrov announced that the Russian military had entered Lisichansk, and also “almost entered” in Severodonetsk. The two cities form the Lisichansko-Severodonetsk agglomeration, which also includes Rubizhne, Kremennaya and other settlements. Lisichansk and Severodonetsk are located on different banks of the Seversky Donets River.
Two days later, the head of Chechnya announced the full control of the Russian military over the line of contact in Severodonetsk. At that time, the first quarters of the city were cleared, and the Ukrainian military, according to Kadyrov, were completely blocked.
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Lysichansk and Severodonetsk— the last two large cities that remained outside the control of the LPR authorities. Fighting in the area had been going on since March. Then the head of the LPR, Leonid Pasechnik, claimed that the servicemen of the republic occupied up to 80% of the territory of the Lugansk region of Ukraine, within which they seek to establish the borders of the LPR.
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