We lived in occupation for two months: people were evacuated from liberated villages in the Kharkiv region (photo)

It is reported that about 600 people were taken out of the villages of Russkaya Lozovaya and Lesnoye.

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About 600 people were evacuated from the liberated village of Russkaya Lozovaya in the Kharkiv region , who lived under occupation for two months.

According to the leader of the National Corps party Andriy Biletsky, it was possible to evacuate the civilian population thanks to the Kharkiv special forces of Azov.

Biletsky stressed that the salvation of Ukrainians is one of the most important tasks in the war against Russia. He noted that about 600 people were under siege in the villages of Russkaya Lozovaya and Lesnoye.

“For two months these people lived under occupation. They were only allowed to leave for Russia. Today they are in their native land,” he stressed.

As UNIAN wrote, on the afternoon of April 29, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine  confirmed the information about the liberation of Russian Lozova . It was from there that the occupiers fired aimed at the infrastructure and residential areas of Kharkov.

Today, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar urged not to disseminate information on the Internet about the dismissal  of settlements  from occupation. According to her, such messages harm the defense of the state.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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