Update News Russia-Ukraine War, Russia Blows Up Ukraine Severodonetsk Bridge

Update News Russia-Ukraine War, Russia Blows Up Ukraine Severodonetsk Bridge
Russia Blows Up Ukraine Severodonetsk Bridge

International Military - Russian troops blew up the important bridge in Severodonetsk, Ukraine, during heavy fighting on Sunday. The Moscow attack has cut off the main evacuation route for civilians.

Severodonetsk has become the center of the battle for control of the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine. Parts of the city of Severodonetsk have been destroyed in some of the bloodiest fighting since Moscow launched its invasion on February 24.

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"The main tactical objectives of the invaders have not changed: they are pressing in Severodonetsk, fierce fighting is taking place there literally for every meter," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video televised speech. .

According to Zelensky, the Russian military is trying to deploy reservists to the Donbas. Zelensky said the image of a 12-year-old child injured in a Russian attack is now the "eternal face of Russia" around the world.

"These facts will underscore the way Russia is seen by the world," he said. "Not Peter the Great, not Lev Tolstoy, but children were injured and killed in the Russian attacks," he said, referring to statements by Russian President Vladimir Putin last week comparing Moscow's military campaigns to the conquest of land by Russian emperor Peter the Great in the 20th century. -18.

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Ukrainian and Russian troops were still fighting in the streets of Severodonetsk on Sunday. This was conveyed by the governor of the province of Luhansk, Serhiy Gaidai.

Russian troops have taken control of most of the city but Ukrainian forces have retained control of the industrial area and the Azot chemical plant where hundreds of civilians have taken refuge. "About 500 civilians remain on the territory of the Azot factory in Severodonetsk, 40 of whom are children.

Sometimes the military manages to evacuate someone," Gaidai said. But, Gaidai said, Russia had destroyed a bridge over the Donets Siverskyi River linking Severodonetsk with its sister city Lysychansk.

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What remains is only one of the three bridges that are still standing. “If after the new shooting, the bridge collapses, the city will be completely cut off. There will be no way to leave Severodonetsk by vehicle," Gaidai said.

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