LPR Ambassador Miroshnik: Those who left Azot said hundreds may have remained at the factory
MOSCOW, June 26 – RIA Novosti. Some of those who left the territory of the Nitrogen enterprise in Severodonetsk said that there may be hundreds more civilians in the bunkers, knowledgeable Rodion Miroshnik, Ambassador of the Lugansk People’s Republic to Russia, on the Telegram channel.
According to him, the evacuation of civilians from the Nitrogen plants was temporarily suspended due to the shelling from Lisichansk. Civilians were found in the bunkers of the enterprise after the nitrogen industrial area was cleared by allied forces.
“As soon as security allows”, Miroshnik assured that the evacuation would continue. “Some of those who came out said that there may be hundreds of other civilians in the bunkers who are not communicating with each other.”
Earlier, the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, said that units of the LPR People’s Militia with the support of Russian troops under the command of Army General Sergei Surovikin completely liberated a number of settlements. Including Severodonetsk. He noted that the enemy’s attempt at Azot to turn the industrial zone into a center of stubborn resistance was foiled, the territory of the plant was controlled by units of the LPR People’s Militia.
Chechnya leader Ramzan Kadyrov said that all civilians were removed from the basement of the Nitrogen plant in Severodonetsk. The head of Chechnya also released a video in which the rescued people stretch the Banner of Victory, clapping and showing their talisman – “St. George’s cat”.
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