Russian and Lugansk forces continue to clear up Azot chemical plant in liberated Severodonetsk

Russian and Lugansk forces continue to clear up Azot chemical plant in liberated Severodonetsk

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Sources reported that the forces of the Chechen special unit Ahmat and the Lugansk People’s Forces still continue the process of mopping up the lands of the chemical plant Azot in the liberated Severodonetsk region, according to what the Russian medi…

Sources reported that the forces of the Chechen special unit Ahmat and the Lugansk People’s Forces still continue the process of mopping up the lands of the chemical plant Azot in the liberated Severodonetsk region, according to what the Russian media has reported.

“We are cleaning up the territory of the plant. We find a lot of everything. Last time, eight or ten boxes of cartridges for a captured machine gun were taken,” Novosti news channel reported, citing Russian officials.

According to report, there are a lot of caches with weapons and ammunition of foreign production on the territory of the enterprise.

The infrastructure of the chemical plant is a very complex engineering system, including underground facilities, the report said.

Earlier, the ambassador of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) to Russia, Rodion Miroshnik said that about 250 civilians, including children, had been evacuated from Azot on Sunday.

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov also said that 800 civilians were liberated from the Azot plant in Severodonetsk.

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