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Russian Federation shelling in the Lugansk region: 20 settlements left without gas supply

Latest NewsRussian Federation shelling in the Lugansk region: 20 settlements left without gas supply

38 settlements in the region were surveyed.

On Luhansk region As a result of the bombing by the Russian army, 20 settlements were left without gas supplies.

Sergiy Gaidai, head of the Luhansk regional administration, spoke about this.

In addition, most of the settlements in the region are often without gas. There are about 25,000 subscribers at a glance, some of them have a lot of calls.

In the Luhansk region, 38 settlements have been registered: 27 on the mainland, 11 in the private sector. Zagalom mayzhe 115 thousand people live without electricity.

Following Gaidai’s words, in Sevrodonetsk, which suffers from the shelling, 180 apartment houses were ignited through the thermal barriers. In Lysychansk, 14 boilers were assigned to the robot through the supply of electricity and water.

The water supply to Popasny and Zolotoy is often fenced off. 2,200 subscribers will not be able to supply water through the battles and intimidation of the Svіtlichansky department of the KP “PRV”.

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