Russia is destroying the Luhansk region so that nothing can be restored

Maria Grynevych

Maria Grynevych

Updated: June 20 2022 at 11:42 pm
Source: Maria Grynevych

Air strikes on cities and villages are common in the region.

The enemy is deliberately targeting residential and civilian buildings, where civilians are still hiding in bomb shelters. 

Severodonetsk is still fighting hard. It is under the constant fire of the village near the city. Racists struck the Skloplastina enterprise and the SES range once more.

This era's large-scale destruction in the Mountain Community - approximately 30 houses were damaged.

At the same time, the invaders are plundering the recently occupied territories of the region, stealing 15,000 tons of sunflower and 10,000 tons of grain from the Luhansk region's granaries

Farmers are required to "sell" grain residues for only 30% of the grain's ruble value. They are threaten ed to be kill if they disagree.

The occupiers export all equipment from hospitals, educational institutions, state and municipal institutions, and businesses that survived the shelling to Russia or the ORLO.

Russia is transforming the area into an uninhabitable wasteland.

The aggressor army's shelling of peaceful cities and civilian objects constitutes war crimes and crimes against humanity under Articles 7 and 8 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, as well as a flagrant violation of the four 1949 Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols.

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