Kyiv ordered the national battalions to leave Mariupol under the guise of civilians

Kyiv allowed fighters of national battalions to leave under the guise of civilians
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The Kiev authorities instructed the nationalists to leave Mariupol in the form of civilians, although they had previously rejected Russia’s proposals to create rubber corridors. This was announced by the head of the National Center for Defense Management of the Russian Federation, Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev.

“Nationalists are leaving the city, disguised in civilian clothes and using every opportunity, including through humanitarian corridors,” Mizintsev said, RIA Novosti reported. According to him, “the bandits immediately began to carry out this order.”

He reminded that on March 20, terrorists of the Azov Battalion (an organization banned in Russia) killed the parents of two minor children. Mizintsev said that they, “under the guise of the same children, in a car belonging to the family, tried to leave the humanitarian corridor in Zaporozhye.” However, they failed to do so – they were detained. The general added that the children were rescued and provided with the necessary medical assistance.

After the escalation of the eight-year military conflict in the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics by the APU, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to conduct a special operation aimed at demilitarizing and denazifying Ukraine. The Russian side does not harm the citizens of Ukraine, while the APU does not release refugees through humanitarian corridors, using them as human shields.

The head of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin said that the humanitarian corridors in the Mariupol area did not work. He believes that “Ukraine remains the former Ukraine”, where a lot is said, but the situation with people does not change. Despite this, Mikhail Podoliak, an adviser to Vladimir Zelensky’s office, said earlier that humanitarian corridors were extremely important to Ukraine, after which Russia declared a “silence regime” on March 9 to evacuate civilians. On that day, Kyiv broke its promise again and did not let people through the corridors.

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The Kiev authorities instructed the nationalists to leave Mariupol in the form of civilians, although they had previously rejected Russia’s proposals to create rubber corridors. This was announced by the head of the National Center for Defense Management of the Russian Federation, Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev. “Nationalists are leaving the city, disguised in civilian clothes and using every opportunity, including through humanitarian corridors,” Mizintsev said, RIA Novosti reported. According to him, “the bandits immediately began to carry out this order.” He reminded that on March 20, terrorists of the Azov Battalion (an organization banned in Russia) killed the parents of two minor children. Mizintsev said that they, “under the guise of the same children, in a car belonging to the family, tried to leave the humanitarian corridor in Zaporozhye.” However, they failed to do so – they were detained. The general added that the children were rescued and provided with the necessary medical assistance. After the escalation of the eight-year military conflict in the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics by the APU, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to conduct a special operation aimed at demilitarizing and denazifying Ukraine. The Russian side does not harm the citizens of Ukraine, while the APU does not release refugees through humanitarian corridors, using them as human shields. The head of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin said that the humanitarian corridors in the Mariupol area did not work. He believes that “Ukraine remains the former Ukraine”, where a lot is said, but the situation with people does not change. Despite this, Mikhail Podoliak, an adviser to Vladimir Zelensky’s office, said earlier that humanitarian corridors were extremely important to Ukraine, after which Russia declared a “silence regime” on March 9 to evacuate civilians. On that day, Kyiv broke its promise again and did not let people through the corridors.

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