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Luhansk Oblast turns into Russian burial site, harming environment

Wednesday, 9 November 2022, 10:37
Luhansk Oblast turns into Russian burial site, harming environment

Serhii Haidai, Head of the Luhansk Oblast Military Administration, has said that environmental problems occurred in the oblast due to the large number of dead people who were buried spontaneously, including occupiers.

Source: Haidai on Facebook

Quote: "On the battlegrounds, Luhansk Oblast is becoming one large Russian burial site...

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The environment in Luhansk Oblast is disturbed by a large number of dead people who were spontaneously buried. And the Ruscists’ remnants that no one is going to bury. Because of this situation, there is already a problem with groundwater, which is contaminated.

As for the corpses of the Russian soldiers [that were left behind] after liberation, we will store them in refrigerators, and then we will decide what to do."

Details: Haidai added that the situation in Bilohorivka was also difficult.

The village is constantly being shelled by the occupiers, the Russians drop bombs and systematically attack the settlement; it is completely destroyed.

Haidai has stated that it would take at least 10 years to clear the main roads and territories of critical infrastructure facilities and residential areas in Luhansk Oblast off the mines. It will take much more to clear the entire occupied part of Luhansk Oblast off the mines.

In particular, a problem in demining will be caused by modern devices, such as plastic mines, which a metal detector cannot find.

Therefore, it is dangerous for civilians to return to the liberated cities and towns right now.

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