On Victory Day, the LPR People’s Militia liberated the village of Nizhnee during the offensive on Lisichansk, and a copy of the Victory Banner was hoisted over the village, the press service of the LPR People’s Militia reported on May 9.
The report reads that on the 77th anniversary of the victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War, the LPR servicemen continue to liberate the villages and towns of the Lugansk People’s Republic from the Ukrainian Nazis.
“On Victory Day, the servicemen of the People’s Militia took full control of the village of Nizhnee and broke through to the outskirts of neighboring Toshkovka, where they are fighting successfully,” the press service reported.
The servecemen hoisted a copy of the Victory Banner over the village. Nizhnee is about 15 km from Lisichansk, which for the time being remains under the control of Ukrainian militants.
On 24 February, Russia launched a military special operation in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin called its goal to protect people “who have been subjected to persecution and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.” According to him, the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine will be carried out to achieve this goal.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency