“In Bilokurakyne, the Russians continue to take crops and equipment out of local agricultural companies. In Starobilsk district, the Russians redeployed from Kherson region are being spotted more and more often,” the Luhansk Regional Military Administration posted on Telegram.
The number of enemy personnel in the region has increased, but they have nowhere to live because the expansion of military units is not foreseen. That is why Russians "are searching for housing themselves, dropping into local houses," the Administration notes.
Meanwhile, Kreminna suffers a medicine shortage. "No one is talking about the hospital anymore, there are not enough medicines in the only pharmacy working there. The order list of even the most common and cheap medicines is written a month in advance," the Luhansk Regional Military Administration informs.
As reported, the Russians cover up the deportation of children from Luhansk region with the need to provide specialized medical care to them.