Occupiers are dismantling equipment at two mines in Dovzhansk, in the occupied Luhansk oblast 03/01/2024 11:16:53. Total views 169. Views today — 0.

Russian occupiers are dismantling equipment at two mines in the occupied city of Dovzhansk (formerly Sverdlovsk) in the Luhansk oblast. This was reported by the head of the Luhansk Oblast Military Administration, Artem Lysohor, on March 1st, through Telegram.

"At two coal mining enterprises in Dovzhansk, equipment is being dismantled. These are the mines 'Chervonyi Partyzan' and 'Dovzhanska Kapitalna'", - the message said.

Lysohor noted that everything that could be cut out, as instructed by the new investors, is being transported to the territory of the russian federation.

It is specified that at one of the mining facilities, miners have already been warned about upcoming long-term vacations.

Earlier, it was reported that the traitor and former minister during Yanukovych's presidency, Oleksandr Klymenko, "emerged" in the occupied Luhansk oblast as a shareholder of the enterprise that is taking over the mines.

It was also previously reported that Klymenko in the "LNR" is demanding "a large amount of coal" from local miners.