Russian Army Tries to Bury Alive 568 Ukrainians

by Olha Povaliaieva
Tuesday, June 21, 2022
Russian Army Tries to Bury Alive 568 Ukrainians

Russian occupiers continue to destroy one of the largest Ukrainian chemical plants

The history of Azovstal in Mariupol and the chemical plant Azot in Severodonetsk, Luhansk region, is often compared. But at the moment, the occupiers are firing more violently at Azot, perhaps wishing to shorten the fight and announce at least some victory. Such ambitions of the Russian authorities take the lives of peaceful people. According to the Russian side, the plant has 300—1.200 people. The head of the Ukrainian military administration in the Luhansk region Serhii Haidai says that 568 people, 38 of them children, are hiding in the factory. The Ukrainian side also reported a few days ago about the refusal of people to evacuate from the plant. Azot workers and their families remained in the area. But that doesn’t stop the occupiers.

From 19 to 21 June, the Russian invaders practically did not cease-fire. They have already destroyed the administration building of the plant, three bridges, and a brick-making zone.

The Russian army is destroying the factory using all kinds of weapons. Having some unhealthy love for the Ukrainian plant (and perhaps even more envy for the industrial sector) Russians want to take possession and them, even if it cannot be restored. Note that the chemical plant Azot is the last point controlled by the Ukrainian army in Severodonetsk.

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