7,000-8,000 civilians remain in Severodonetsk - civilian-military administration head
Oleksandr Stryuk, the head of the Severodonetsk civilian-military administration, has said that 7,000 to 8,000 civilians remain in the city.
He told Espreso about this.
"According to our calculations, more than 7-8 thousand civilians remain in the city of Severodonetsk. Unfortunately, the living conditions in the city are very terrible. There is no communication. There is no light, only in some areas electricity is supplied from generators. There is water only in those places where there are old wells, but the quality of such water is quite questionable," said Stryuk.
He also reported that the situation with the bodies of the dead in Severodonetsk is very difficult.
"The water that rises from the wells may be of poor quality, as many bodies of the dead have not yet been buried. This applies, first of all, to Russian soldiers who died in battles for the city. Therefore, the situation can only worsen with living conditions in the city," he added.