The relevant statement was made by Vovchansk City Military Administration Head Tamaz Hambarashvili during a briefing at Kharkiv Press Club, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“Now there are about 4,500 residents in the city, and every day this number is decreasing, as it is winter outside, and we are having huge problems related to heating. […] We recommend that residents of high-rise buildings and the entire city go to other districts or other regions to pass through the winter period in more comfortable conditions,” Hambarashvili told.
In his words, electric convectors cannot resolve the problem, as the community is remaining under enemy fire. Russian daily attacks cause damage to power transmission lines, and repair crews are consistently working to restore them.
According to Hambarashvili, Vovchansk is situated just five kilometers away from the border with Russia and, hence, is suffering from continuous enemy attacks.
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