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Fake The Russian military occupied the Lyman

The Russian Ministry of Defense stated that the city of Lyman in the Kramatorsk district of the Donetsk region was completely "liberated from Ukrainian nationalists." The Russian media widely spread this “news.” Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Malyar said on the national telethon that the situation in Lyman is complicated, but it is too early to talk about the occupation. "It's a war. The enemy is strong,, and the Armed Forces are also strong. That's why the fighting is fierce, " the official emphasized. She explained that until a particular stage of the war is over, it is incorrect to discuss any final results and draw conclusions. During the battles, a specific part of the settlement may be temporarily under the control of one side. Later, this situation may change dramatically.

Hanna Malyar said that Lyman is a large railway junction, so some believe that capturing this citywouldl significantly strengthen the enemy positions in the Donbas. However, if we consider all the factors, including the balance of power and the means of delivery of provisions, it is not appropriate to say so. After all, the logistics and average morale of the army must be established. Therefore, according to Malyar, one city Lyman will not significantly affect the ability of the enemy army.

In turn, the head of the Donetsk regional military administration Pavlo Kyrylenko noted on May 27 that Lyman is mainly under the control of the Russian military.

At the same time, Ukrainian defenders managed to take and strengthen new positions.

We will also note that the occupiers have been trying to capture the estuary for a long time. On May 24, Kyrylenko said that they were entering the city and were being beaten out by the Armed Forces. The enemy drove to the subburn and tried to break through to the center of the city.

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