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Russian occupiers consider changing status of some captured towns to villages

Tuesday, 17 January 2023, 13:33
Russian occupiers consider changing status of some captured towns to villages

Russian invaders plan to change the status of some of the captured towns in Luhansk Oblast to villages in order to reduce further expenses, in particular on social infrastructure.

Source: Luhansk Oblast Military Administration (OMA)

Quote: "The so-called leadership of the ‘republic’ [the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic – ed.] is considering the possibility of restructuring some towns to the level of villages. Local administrations, staff of public utilities will be abolished or reduced, the invaders promise even more limited budgets, optimisation of the network of hospitals, schools and kindergartens.

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Details: Luhansk OMA also reported that the occupiers stopped the work of all mines in the village of Khrustalne.

According to the OMA, Russian companies that came to "launder money" completely dismantled the roofs of many apartment buildings and fled. For more than a month and a half, the houses have been without roofs, which caused regular flooding of not only the upper floors, but also many others.

OMA reports that due to high humidity in the apartments, the temperature is no more than +15 degrees Celsius even with the heating, and fungus has formed on the walls.

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