The head of LPR Pasechnik promised residents of liberated Lisichansk to restore the city
LISICHANSK (LPR), 8 July – RIA Novosti. Leonid Pasechnik, President of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) meets With the liberated Lysichansk residents on Friday, they discussed acute problems with infrastructure and the humanitarian situation, and pledged to restore the city.
During the meeting, residents of the city brought up the issues of increasing the volume of humanitarian aid, supplying water and medicine, providing medical care and cleaning the city from explosive objects. After that, utilities and builders will be able to start adjusting water and electricity supplies, restoring common infrastructure, communication lines, hospitals and housing.
“We’re going to do landscaping, there will be some kind of payment, humanitarian aid will come, water will come – that’s the first thing we’ll do. You have to remember once and for all: we’re here. There will be no turning back for others,” Pasechnik said.
He emphasized that first of all, security in the city should be ensured, that is, the removal of mines and the destruction of explosives. After that, according to him, utilities and builders will be able to quickly begin to restore the city.
Russia launched a military operation against Ukraine on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin described his goal as “protecting people who were subjected to genocide by the Kyiv regime”. According to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, as of March 25, the Armed Forces completed the main tasks of the first stage – significantly reducing the combat potential of Ukraine. The main goal in the Russian military department was called the liberation of Donbass. In addition to the Russian army, DPR and LPR units also operate in the region.
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