Chechen command post in Rubizhne destroyed in Ukraine Army attack
A Ukrainian strike hit a command post set up in the settlement of Rubizhne, Luhansk region, by Chechen fighters who are part of the Russian invasion army.
That’s according to Serhiy Haidai, head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Ukrinform reports.
“As for our special forces and gunners, we have three such examples of their coordinated work. They engaged a Wagner PMC base in Stakhaniv. Only one survivor there. A Chechen command post was destroyed in Rubizhne where the enemy death toll is yet to be clarified. Also, a group of Russian soldiers, holding a meeting at the House of Chemists, was eliminated,” said the head of Luhansk region.
Haidai also said the enemy artillery destroyed a second bridge across the Siversky Donets River, which used to connect Siverodonetsk with Lysychansk. The third remaining bridge is under heavy fire.
Attempts by the invaders to take control of the Lysychansk-Bakhmut “road of life” continue, with no success so far.
Russian armed aggression has been going on in Ukraine since February 24.