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Partisans began to work successfully in the Luhansk region

The Armed Forces of Ukraine hold a line of defense in the area of ​​two settlements in the Luhansk region.

The situation in the Luhansk region remains unchanged for several weeks in a row / photo ua.depositphotos.com

In the Lugansk region began to work successfully partisanswhich not only put up leaflets, but also destroy infrastructure.

This was announced by the head of the Lugansk regional military administration Sergei Gaidai on air informational telethon.

“The situation in the Luhansk region remains unchanged for several weeks in a row. A small part of the Lugansk region, in the region of 2 settlements, where our Armed Forces hold the line of defense. All the offensives that the Russians are trying to undertake, they repulse. So the Russians have no success there. On the other hand, partisans began to work for us, and quite successfully. This is not only posting leaflets, but also destroying infrastructure, which helps a lot to slow down the attacks and advance of the Russian army,” Gaidai said.

As for the beginning of the heating season in the occupied territory of the Luhansk region, according to the head of the regional police department, it is impossible to restore heating there.

“In those cities where the active phase of hostilities took place, unfortunately, it will be impossible to restore the heating season, because the Russians have been shelling all settlements around the clock for several months, and even if some main gas pipes can be brought to large cities, then inside cities, in all houses, it is destroyed. You can’t turn on the gas, because it will be fires and explosions. Therefore, they will fail it,” Gaidai said.

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As UNIAN reported, a day in the Luhansk region reflected seven attempts to attack Russian military.

Sergei Gaidai said that day by day the situation in the occupied territory of the Lugansk region getting worse. A humanitarian catastrophe is brewing. At the same time, the invaders still cannot capture two free settlements.

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