VIDEO: Apocalyptic scenes from the Ukrainian city of Avdivka, there are still 2.000 residents left in it

Photo: Euroactiv

As shelling intensifies, Russia is turning the Ukrainian town of Avdivka into a 'post-apocalyptic movie site', local official says Euractive.

In the city of Donetsk region, which is located about 90 kilometers from Bakhmut, there are still 2.000 civilians left, out of a total of 30.000 people who lived in this city before the Russian invasion.

"I'm sorry to say this, but Avdivka looks more and more like a place from post-apocalyptic movies," wrote the head of the city's military administration Vitaly Barabash on the Telegram channel.

With Russian forces gradually advancing on Avdivka recently, the Ukrainian army warned last week that the city could become "another Bakhmut" where months of fierce fighting have reduced the city to rubble.

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