Las autoridades de la República Popular de Lugansk (RPL) han confirmado la muerte del jefe máximo jefe militar, Oleg Anaschenko, tres explotar su vehículo en el centro de la ciudad con dos personas dentro.

“El jefe de la Dirección de la Milicia Popular de la RPL, coronel Oleg Anaschenko, ha muerto hoy a causa de un atentado terrorista”, ha dicho Andréi Marochko, portavoz de la milicias.

“Sin embargo, los castigadores Kiev no romperán el espíritu de los guerreros de la Milicia Popular. Vamos a descubrir a los autores intelectuales y materiales de este horrible atentado terrorista y tendrán el castigo merecido”, agregó Marochko.

El atentado se ha perpetrado en medio de una violenta escalada del conflicto en el este de Ucrania.

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