The racists continue to try to destroy Mariupol and its defenders

The racists continue to try to destroy Mariupol and its defenders. This was announced by Lyudmyla Denisova, the Ukrainian Parliament’s Commissioner for Human Rights. The occupiers dropped heavy semi-heavy bombs on the premises of the Azovstal plant, fired at it from artillery and tanks, and inflicted chaotic blows on the residential sector of the Left Bank district.

About 1,000 civilians, including children, remain in the basement of the plant.

White armbands, similar to those worn by the racist military, have become mandatory for the movement of the city’s residents. Thus, the militants expose them to shelling and use them as “bait” for the Armed Forces.


The so-called “DPR ombudsman” decided to intervene in the burial of the dead, explaining that from now on the funeral requires a “document” that can be issued when relatives provide all their personal data.

Currently, all channels on social networks Facebook, Telegram and others are under the control of “DNR volunteers” who spread misinformation, as well as collect personal data of citizens who remained in Mariupol and their loved ones. In fact, the public has become another way of “filtering” Mariupol.

The actions of the occupiers of the russian Federation in Mariupol are genocide of the Ukrainian people in accordance with the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and Article 6 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

The russian army in two months killed twice as many residents of Mariupol as the Nazis in two years during World War II, Mayor Boychenko said

According to him Boychenko, the result of the fascist occupation of the city was the death of about 10,000 civilians, and the Russian military killed more than 20,000. More than 40,000 people were forcibly taken out.

Kadyrov’s pigs in Mariupol shoot at residential buildings and destroy cars of Ukrainians by driving on them in a tank

“This is one of the worst civilian genocides in modern history.”


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