It is relatively calm here, Aleksey Vasylovich Goncharenko, head of the military administration of Kramatorsk, told TVP World on Wednesday, describing the situation in the city.
As the official reported, “during the last two days, the enemy shelled an industrial area,” adding that “thankfully, the rockets did not hit any residential buildings.”
“When compared to Mykolaiv, which is being shot at every day, it is relatively calm here,” he assessed.
Asked about the city’s current functioning, Mr Goncharenko pointed out that there is no gas in the region as the pipelines in the fighting zone got destroyed, adding that approximately 90 percent of its residents still have electricity and water.
Learn more by watching the full interview.
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