On Monday, the Mayor of the southeastern Ukraine city Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, said that the Russian siege has killed over ten thousand civilians in the port city, and the death number could exceed twenty thousand, as weeks of brutal assaults, and privation leaves the corpses ‘carpeted through the Mariupol cities.’
In addition, while speaking by phone with the media, Mariupol’s Mayor blamed Putin’s military for having weeks of disenchanted humanitarian convoys into the besieged city in an effort to cover the massacre there from the world.
The strategic holdout city has been cut off by Moscow assaults that started soon after Russia’s Volodymyr Putin launched the large-scale incursion of its neighboring country of Ukraine on February 24, and the city has suffered some of the cruelest attacks. The mayor provided the latest details of the accusations by officials of Ukraine that Russian troops have transported a mobile Crematory to the port city to dispose to get rid of the dead bodies of victims of the Russian siege.
Boychenko further said that the Russian Armed Forces had taken numerous corpses to a large shopping center with refrigerators and storage facilities. In addition, mobile cremation equipment has arrived in the form of trucks: open it, and there’s a pipe inside, and these corpses are burnt. The mayor spoke from a spot outside Mariupol and said that he’d multiple sources for his explanation of the purportedly methodic scorching of dead bodies by the Russian military in Mariupol.
Ukraine’s Zelenskyy Pursues Peace Despite Atrocities
The U.K.’s Defence Ministry said Russian troops are ongoing to withdraw from Belarus to support special military operations in East of Ukraine, attentive to the Donbass, a historical, cultural, and economic region in southeastern Ukraine, where Russian-backed forces have asserted independence.
According to the fresh British intelligence update on the situation: conflict in Ukraine’s East would develop in the following 2-3 weeks as Moscow continues to refocus its efforts there. Moreover, attacks by the Russian military remain concentrated on Ukrainian locations near Luhansk and Donetsk, with further aggression around Mykolaiv and Kherson and a transformed drive towards Kramatorsk.
Earlier on Saturday, Mr. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that he’s devoted to pressing for peace and security in spite of Putin’s assaults on civilians that have astounded the world powers. He also renewed his request for additional weapons before a likely surge in the conflict in the country’s Eastern region.
The Ukrainian leader made the remarks a day after at least fifty-two people lost their lives in a missile attack on Kramatorsk railway station in the country’s East, and as evidence of unbearable killings became known after Russian forces failed to take hold of Kyiv, the Ukrainian capital, where he’s crouched.
Russia Can’t Be Isolated – President Vladimir Putin
On the other hand, the Russian leader said that his country could not be isolated, adding it is certainly not impossible to isolate anyone in the present-day world, particularly such a largest country as the Russian Federation.
Happening now. Russian President Vladimir Putin says that his country can’t be isolated. Putin said Tuesday that Russia has no intention to isolate itself and added that foreign powers won’t succeed @fox6wakeup
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He also said they’d work with those of their allies and partners who want to collaborate.