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Russian troops dominate part of Ukraine’s eastern city of Severodonetsk

Kyiv, May 31st: Russian troops already control part of the city of Severodonetsk in eastern Ukraine and are gradually moving towards downtown.

“Unfortunately, part of the city of Severodonetsk is already dominated by Russian troops. [the Russians] A few days ago, they reported that they had already occupied the entire city. This is not the case, there are our people in the city. Russians cannot move freely. ” Read again | US President Joe Biden refused to provide Ukraine with a “long-range rocket system.”

Hayday said the Russians did not control the Lysychansik-Bakumut route, but were firing near the route.

Immediately after Russian troops ruled part of Severodonetsk, according to CNN, the Norwegian refugee council said that up to 12,000 civilians were still trapped and needed help in a city in eastern Ukraine where Russian troops were advancing. He said he was.

Jan Egeland, Executive Secretary of the Norwegian Refugee Council, said:

“We fear that up to 12,000 civilians will remain caught in the city’s bonfires without adequate access to water, food, medicine and electricity. By nearly constant bombing. Citizens are forced to evacuate to bomb shelters and basements. Opportunities for those trying to escape. “

Egeland said intensified fighting in the city made it impossible to provide assistance. “You can’t save your life under the hail of a grenade,” he added. Refugee agencies called for “parties to the conflict to provide life-saving assistance to Severodonetsk for immediate access and to allow the safe evacuation of civilians who want to leave the city.”

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24th. This large-scale operation has reportedly created a humanitarian crisis and has nullified sanctions from Western nations targeting prominent Moscow individuals and businesses.

(This is an edited and auto-generated story from the Syndicated News Feed. LatestLY staff may not have changed or edited the content body)

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