Druzhkovka | Article about Druzhkovka by The Free Dictionary
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a city (since 1938) in Donetsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Located at the confluence of the Kazennyi Torets and Krivoi Torets rivers in the basin of the Severskii Donets. There is a railroad station on the Slaviansk-Nikitovka line. Population, 53,000 (1970). It has plants for machine building (mining equipment) and for the production of metal articles and natural gas equipment. There is a chamotte factory and a brickyard. A porcelain plant has been under construction since 1972. Druzhkovka is the site of technicums for machine building and for construction and municipal services. Clay is extracted nearby.
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Since then, the crisis has escalated with the security buildings in Druzhkovka
, Kramatorsk and Slovyansk being targeted or seized in operations of seemingly military precision.
Pro-Russians also stormed police stations and official buildings in nearby Kramatorsk and Druzhkovka