Ukrainian troops and civilians holed up in chemical plant told to ‘lay down arms and surrender’

Ukrainian troops holed up in a chemical plant in Severodonetsk have been told to lay down their arms and surrender as Russia makes further ground in the Donbas.

More than 500 civilians and an unknown number of soldiers are trapped inside the Azot factory after sheltering from a Russian bombardment.

Mikhail Mizintsev, head of Russia’s National Defence Management Centre, told the Interfax news agency that Ukraine should ‘stop their senseless resistance and lay down arms’.

The Russian defence…

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