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Russian military targets food storages in Severodonetsk

The occupants have information about where they locate, but they do not know whether they are full.

Russian military targets food storages in Severodonetsk

Russian forces are targeting food stocks in Severodonetsk: the enemy knows where they are, but it is unaware whether they are full. The head of the Luhansk Regional State Administration, Serhiy Haidai, has posted this update in his telegram channel.

"The enemy has made several targeted hits on food storages in Severodonetsk during this week. The last one was on the evening of March 25. Fortunately, no one was injured. I'm sure this [targeted hit] wasn't possible without the help of a fire correction. Therefore, another characteristic of the 'russian world' is to leave civilians without food. They call it a 'special operation.' However, there will be no humanitarian catastrophe in Luhansk region. We deliver food and everything necessary to basements and bomb shelters, evacuate people to safe regions of the country every day, and restore communications as much as possible," mentioned in the statement.

According to Haidai, patrol police officers and rescuers help to deliver food. The rescuers have delivered dozens of tons of water to Lysychansk and Zolotyi the day before. They also managed to repair one of the pumping stations in Rubizhne and partially restore the water supply to the city.

As reported earlier, Ukrposhta resumes its work in Luhansk region; this will allow residents receive pensions.

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