Azov Regiment: The Russians used an unknown poison in Mariupol

The Ukrainian regiment Azov reported that the Russians had used an unknown poison in Mariupol, which was dropped from the drone. Victims of this attack suffer from respiratory problems. Ukrainian authorities have not yet responded to the news.

Azov says the attack took place in the evening. Both Ukrainian soldiers and civilians were affected.

So far, there is no information on the extent of use of this substance. The Azov Regiment reports that the victims of the attack, hitherto unknown, are suffering from respiratory and neurological disorders.

“The consequences of using an unknown substance have been established,” the battalion said.

Ukrainian authorities have not yet responded to reports from the Azov Brigade defending Mariupol.

A source close to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry told Interfax-Ukraine that the possibility of Russians using chemical weapons was “very high”.

In turn, a few hours before the attack, the Deputy Defense Minister of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Edward Bazur, told a news conference that “there is no point in attacking the underground forts at the Azovstal plant in Mariupol.” . The casualties of the attackers will be enormous. According to Pasurian, “the guards must explode with chemical weapons.”

More than 10,000 people have died in Mariupol in southern Ukraine since the start of the Russian occupation. Residents – Mayor Vadim Boychenko said in an interview with the Associated Press.

Boychenko noted that the corpse forms “a rug in the streets of our city.” He added The number of victims may be over 20,000.

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Also called The Mer Russian troops bring mobile crematorium to Mariupol. He accused the Russians of not allowing humanitarian convoys to dispose of bodies and cover up the massacre.

Boychenko previously said that 5,000 people had been killed in Mariupol, according to the PA. People. When asked about this, this data is dated March 21st, but “Thousands of people were lying on the streets and we could not get them.”

According to the mayor, there are about 120,000 people in Mariupol. The public in urgent need of food, water, heat and communication. So far, about 150,000 people have been able to travel in private vehicles from the city to other parts of Ukraine, at least 33,000. Deported to separatist-held areas in Russia or Ukraine.

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