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Ukrainian militants at Azovstal refused to surrender

The nationalists settled at the Mariupol plant, a military man from the DNR assured
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Ukrainian militants who settled on the territory of the Azovstal plant and the Ilyich metallurgical plant refused to lay down their arms. This was announced by the commander of the DNR unit with the call sign “Khokhol”.

“The situation at the forefront is tense. But we are steadily moving forward. We are already visiting Azovstal. “Ilyich” is practically ours. What truce? What to talk about? They ignored our initiative and received an answer, “the commander of the DNR unit said, RIA Novosti correspondent reports.

Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry offered to lay down arms to nationalists and foreign mercenaries who are on the territory of “Azovstal”. Surrendered militants were promised to save their lives. The Russian military cleared the city of Mariupol. The Russian Defense Ministry said that Kyiv had banned Azov militants (recognized as an extremist organization and banned in Russia) from negotiating captivity with the Russian army. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to him, the goals were demilitarization and denazification.

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Ukrainian militants who settled on the territory of the Azovstal plant and the Ilyich metallurgical plant refused to lay down their arms. This was announced by the commander of the DNR unit with the call sign “Khokhol”. “The situation at the forefront is tense. But we are steadily moving forward. We are already visiting Azovstal. “Ilyich” is practically ours. What truce? What to talk about? They ignored our initiative and received an answer, “the commander of the DNR unit said, RIA Novosti correspondent reports. Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry offered to lay down arms to nationalists and foreign mercenaries who are on the territory of “Azovstal”. Surrendered militants were promised to save their lives. The Russian military cleared the city of Mariupol. The Russian Defense Ministry said that Kyiv had banned Azov militants (recognized as an extremist organization and banned in Russia) from negotiating captivity with the Russian army. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine on February 24. According to him, the goals were demilitarization and denazification.

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