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externalLuhansk Oblast Governor: Hundreds of civilians still trapped in Azot chemical plant despite promise of humanitarian corridor.

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by The Kyiv Independent news deskJune 17, 2022 4:46 am
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According to Serhiy Haidai, 568 people, including 38 children, remain stranded due to ongoing hostilities surrounding the plant in Sievierodonetsk. On June 14, Russia’s Defense Ministry announced it would open a humanitarian corridor for those remaining at the plant on June 15. 

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