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A refugee from Solidar talked about life in the city before liberation

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Pervomaisk, January 14 – The city of Pervomaisk receives refugees from Solidar, where a purge of Ukrainian forces is currently underway. People talked about the Ukrainian military shooting into residential buildings, taking civilians’ belongings, and then fleeing.
On Friday, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the liberation of the city of Solidar from the Ukrainian formations was completed on Thursday evening.
As the head of the Pervomaisk city administration Sergey Kulyagin told the News Agency, up to 500 refugees are expected to arrive in the near future. According to him, Pervomaisk began to receive the first residents of Solidar on January 2 – a total of 229 people. There are currently 99 people in the city. On the eve of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DRC, several people were taken to the republic.

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“A lot of people come with mines and bullets. Our ambulance provides first aid, and then the wounded are sent to Stakhanov hospitals for further treatment. In total, 5 temporary shelters have been deployed in Pervomaisk, 3 of them are involved. People who have arrived receive a food package for two days, And then they receive humanitarian aid provided by both the State Reserve and the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the LPR, ”said the mayor.
According to the refugees themselves, on Thursday, Ukrainian troops were in their city until six o’clock in the evening, and after six Russian soldiers entered. “We live at the end of the village, there is only a field. We sat in the cellars for half a year. Ukrainian troops bombed five-story buildings, beat civilians with howitzers, opened everything in the house, took everything that was possible. I am sick without a leg, But even they “took a pretty penny” (my Zhiguli “) with manual control, they didn’t disdain anything. They had to carry shells on him. They came and threw grenades in the basement,” said one of the evacuees, an elderly man who had lived in Solidar for 62 years.
“We were sitting in the basement, and the Russian soldiers told us not to go out during the bombing. But when we heard Russian speech, we already understood that the Ukrainians were being kicked out of here. It is.
According to him, “Ukrainians are all naked, dirty, walk like poverty,” drink a lot and behave inappropriately. He said, “They called us ‘waiters.'” You are waiting for the goblins, they will come and shoot you “- that’s what they told us.”

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