Ukrainian military push Russians away from Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway
In Luhansk Region, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have pushed Russian troops away from the Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway, which is used to deliver humanitarian aid.
The relevant statement was made by Luhansk Regional Military Administration Head Serhii Haidai on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“In the Popasna direction, near Komyshuvakha, the enemy troops were pushed two kilometers away. The Lysychansk-Bakhmut highway is now less shot through. Humanitarian goods are transported,” Haidai noted.
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In his words, Sievierodonetsk is remaining Ukrainian controlled. The enemy’s efforts were unsuccessful. Russian occupiers seized Myr Hotel on the outskirts of Sievierodonetsk but failed to advance farther.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian defenders pushed the enemy away from the urban-type settlement of Toshkivka and consolidated their positions there.
A reminder that two civilians were killed and about 60 houses destroyed in Russia’s shelling of Luhansk Region on May 28, 2022.