December 1, 2022

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Russian offensive begins in the east: All hospitals in the Luhansk region are destroyed

Russian offensive begins in the east
All hospitals in the Luhansk region were destroyed

After the withdrawal of troops from Kiev, the Russian offensive centered on eastern Ukraine. The governor of the Luhansk region targets health facilities in Moscow and accuses the “wounded of no chance of survival”.

According to Governor Sergei Hajtaj, there are no hospitals operating in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine. “Since the beginning of the war between Russia and Ukraine, every medical facility in our region has been shelled,” Hajdaj wrote on Facebook. He released two pictures that allegedly showed the destroyed hospital in Rubishne. “New. Modern. High-tech equipment. At one time …” Hajj wrote. Russian troops are deliberately removing part of all health facilities, leaving the wounded unlikely to survive.

According to Kyiv, Ukrainian forces and Russian troops are currently fighting each other in the Luhansk region, including Rubishne. The Russians have occupied part of the city where the clinic is located, Hajjaj said. The Russian military has announced that it will focus on capturing the eastern Ukrainian regions of Luhansk and Donetsk, which are claimed by separatists loyal to Moscow. Troops have been withdrawn from Kiev, and fierce fighting is expected in the coming weeks in the Donbass region, including Luhansk and Donetsk, Ukraine’s most important industrial areas.

However, the Ukrainian military does not believe that Russia has finally given up on capturing Kiev. “The enemy has changed direction and will try to bring Donetsk and Luhansk regions under their control in the future,” said Oleksandr Hrusevich, deputy army chief. “After that we have to calculate another attack on the capital.” There is currently a “small gap” in the Kyiv area. It will be used to train employees and expand security. Ukraine wants to prepare for a new attack on Kyiv, Hrusevych said.

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