Russians launch air strikes on outskirts of Lysychansk, fighting continues in Sievierodonetsk

Russians launch air strikes on outskirts of Lysychansk, fighting continues in Sievierodonetsk

Air strikes by Russian aircraft caused significant damage to residential buildings in Hirske and Vrubivka, several administrative buildings were shelled in Lysychansk, and fighting continues in Sievierodonetsk.

Serhii Haidai, head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, said this on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

"The enemy launched three attacks from the air - outside Bila Hora, Myrna Dolyna and one of the destroyed bridges connecting Lysychansk and Sievierodonetsk. Invaders regularly shell the bridges that can no longer be used, removing the remaining infrastructure. The villages of Pavlohrad and Synetskyi were once again affected. In Sievierodonetsk, the territory of the Skloplastyk plant came under enemy fire," the report said.

Haidai noted that on June 19, the Russians damaged 19 houses in Hirske, seven in Vrubivka, and several administrative buildings in Lysychansk.

On June 19, Lysychansk, Syrotyne, Voronove, Borivske, Bila Hora, Ustynivka, Myrna Dolyna, Toshkivka, Orikhove, Zolote-3, Mykolaivka, and Bilohorivka came under artillery fire.

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