According to him, the troops will soon begin a full-scale attack on the city. The head of Chechnya writes that the enemy “has nowhere to go” in Lisichansk alt=”Kadyrov announced the complete encirclement of Lysichansk” />
Lysichansk is “completely surrounded by allied forces” and a full-scale attack on the city is likely to begin soon, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said on his Telegram channel. According to him, the information was given to him by the commander of the special police regiment named after Akhmat Kadyrov, Zamid Chalaev.
“The enemy, in turn, has nowhere to go, since all entrances and exits from the city are blocked. Breaking through the dense ring of encirclement will not work, even if you try very hard,— Kadyrov is convinced.
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On the eve of the Ministry of Defense announced the withdrawal of Russian armed forces to the border of Lisichansk and their control over several industrial enterprises. According to the military department, the Ukrainian army suffers significant losses in this area.
On June 25, the LPR military said that the allied forces entered Lisichansk and took control of one of the mines and a gelatin factory. Three days later, they entered the territory of the Linik refinery. On June 29, LPR Ambassador to Russia Rodion Miroshnik said that about a third of the Ukrainian military had surrendered there.
Kadyrov on the same day reported that the first advanced groups of allied forces had entered Lisichansk and the “liberation” of the city will not take “special time.” The next day, the head of Chechnya wrote about the narrowing of the encirclement around Lisichansk. Miroshnik said that the military occupied the territory of the Lisichansk oil refinery, cleared the industrial zone and buildings near the Lisichansk plant of radio engineering products, took control of all important transport arteries.
Lysichansk is considered one of the oldest cities in Donbass (founded in 1710). At the beginning of the year, more than 103 thousand people lived in the city, before the outbreak of hostilities, five coal mines of the Lisichanskugol Mining and Chemical Combine worked on its territory.
Read on RBC Pro Pro What is a capital amnesty and why cryptocurrency owners need it? How to deal with manipulators and toxic people Instructions Pro How to deal with manipulators and toxic people Instructions Pro Why Western economists say the end of the era of globalization p> On July 1, Kadyrov’s assistant Apty Alaudinov reported to him that the battles were taking place “along the perimeter” Lysychansk and “the issue of taking the city will be decided in the near future.”
Lysichansk and Severodonetsk were the last cities not controlled by the LPR within the borders of the Luhansk region of Ukraine. On June 26, the Ministry of Defense announced the transfer of Severodonetsk under the control of the republic.