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‘It Seemed Like Goodbye,’ Say Mariupol Defenders In Ukraine.

‘It Seemed Like Goodbye,’ Say Mariupol Defenders In Ukraine.

On Thursday, Ukrainian fighters in the tunnels beneath Mariupol’s crushed steel mill fought back against Russian troops in an increasingly desperate and possibly futile attempt to deny Moscow what would be its biggest victory of the war: complete control of the important port city.

The brutal combat took place amid mounting suspicion that Russian President Vladimir Putin is planning to present the Russian people with a military victory — or declare a war escalation — on Victory Day, which falls on Monday. Victory Day is Russia’s most important patriotic holiday, commemorating the Soviet Union’s victory over Nazi Germany.

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According to Russia’s most recent estimate, 2,000 Ukrainian forces were holed up at Mariupol’s massive Azovstal steelworks, the city’s last pocket of resistance after being mostly reduced to rubble over the past two months.

There Were Also Reports Of A Few Hundred Persons Being Stranded There.

“Until the end,” the defenders say. All they can hope for is a miracle “After chatting with her husband, a commander of the steel plant defenders, Kateryna Protogenos remarked. “They won’t give up.” Denys Protogenos, commander of the Azov Regiment, told her he would love her forever, she said. “This is driving me insane.”

“It seemed like goodbye phrases,” she explained. The strike, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, is preventing civilians from being evacuated from the plant’s subterranean bunkers. “Imagine the horror! “And there are children there,” he stated in his nightly video address late Thursday.

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'It Seemed Like Goodbye,' Say Mariupol Defenders In Ukraine

“It’s Been Over Two Months Of Continuous Shelling, Bombing, And Dying.”

According to Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to Ukraine’s Interior Ministry, the Russians were able to sneak inside with the help of an electrician who knew the layout. In a video posted late Wednesday, Gerashchenko said, “He showed them the underground passages that lead to the facility.”

“Using the intel obtained from the betrayer, the Russians began storming these tunnels yesterday.” The Kremlin denied sending troops to the factory.

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The fall of Mariupol would deprive Ukraine of a critical port, allow Russia to construct a land corridor to the Crimean Peninsula, which it seized from Ukraine in 2014, and free up forces to fight elsewhere in the Donbas, Russia’s eastern industrial heartland.

On Ukrainian television, Capt. Sviatoslav Palamar, deputy commander of the Azov Regiment, called for the evacuation of civilians and wounded fighters from the steelworks, claiming that soldiers were “dying in agony due to a lack of proper treatment.” The troops have been ordered to surrender by the Kremlin. They’ve said no.

They Have Also Been Accused By Russia Of Blocking Civilians From Fleeing.

In places seized by Russian forces, he claimed, “there is absolutely a catastrophic scenario with access to medical services and drugs.” “Even the most basic drugs are in short supply.” With the problem of mine-clearing and post-war reconstruction in mind, Zelensky announced the launch of United24, a global fundraising platform.

Ukraine War: 300 People Are Thought To Have Died In A Strike In Mariupol.

Poland sponsored an international donor conference at the same time, raising $6.5 billion in humanitarian help. Prime ministers and ambassadors from several European countries, as well as officials from other countries and businesses, attended the meeting.

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