Civilians begin to leave Azot chemical plant in Severodonets

LPR Ambassador to Russia Rodion Miroshnik said that civilians began to leave the Severodonetsk Azot plant through a checkpoint not controlled by Ukrainian militants.

Civilians begin to leave Azot chemical plant in Severodonets

According to a representative of the LPR, “civilians began to leave through the second checkpoint of the Azot chemical association. This checkpoint is not controlled by militants. They are met and taken to a safe place by the fighters of the allied forces. The remnants of the Ukrainian formations are concentrated and hold several buildings in the area of ​​the first gate. There are occasional gunfights.”

Miroshnik stressed that they still may have several hundred civilians hostage.

The LPR Ambassador to Russia added that as the ring around the militants narrows, civilians will be able to leave their shelters. Allied forces are preparing vehicles for evacuation.

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