In the Slavyanoserbsky district of the Lugansk region, most of which was seized by the terrorist organization of the LNR and the Russian troops in 2014, the repair base of the Russian invaders was destroyed, as a result of which the Russian army lost about 50 soldiers and 100 pieces of equipment. About it informed head of the Lugansk regional military administration Sergey Gaidai.
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The head of the UVA recalled the statement of the occupiers that they had allegedly already seized the territory of the region, because “we don’t care – at least stones from the sky.”
“Something they always have is either” bavovna “, or stones from the sky. We have already talked about Lisichansk – there was some kind of careless smoking there. And recently, back in the Slavyanoserbsky district in the village of Lotikovo, stones from the sky arrived quite powerfully, ” Gaidai said.
According to him, there was a repair base of the invaders in Lotikovo, and “stones from the sky” destroyed about 100 pieces of equipment and about 50 invaders.
Gaidai also said that the Russians are still unable to break through the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in a small part of the Lugansk region, which remains under the control of Ukraine. According to him, the Russian army is trying to collect “huge reserves” there and is constantly throwing its troops on the offensive.
Gaidai claims that Russians make 30 to 50 attempts to break through the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Lugansk region per day.
- On August 15, Gaidai said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the headquarters of the Wagner PMC in the temporarily occupied Popasna, and one of the Russian propagandists became the gunner.
- On August 16, Gaidai reported that the former building of the SBU, in which the Russian military had set up a base, exploded in Lisichansk. The explosion resulted in about a hundred “non-ordinary” liquidated occupiers.
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