What is happening in Mariupol under the temporary occupation of the Russian army? While the occupiers have increased military activity in the region in recent days, a big fire broke out in the port of Mariupol, which is full of Ukrainian grain!
While the Ukrainian army continues to prepare for a major operation to liberate all its territories, including Crimea, from Russian occupation, the Russian army has increased its activity in the occupied Mariupol in recent days.
Petro Andriushchenko, the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, said that the helicopters of the Russian occupiers have increased their activity in the region in recent days. Andriushchenko said:
“High unusual helicopter activity in Mariupol. 15 helicopters within 15 minutes from Azovstal towards Manhush/Berdiansk. Two helicopters are on combat (?) patrol in the area of 23 ZhMR (Alaska) – Ilyich Iron and Steel Works – Azovstal.”
In addition to helicopters, the Russian occupiers have begun deploying new tanks to the area. Andriushchenko said that they observed the redeployment of tanks and air defense systems by the Russian occupiers from the direction of Berdiansk towards the Novoazovsk region.
In addition to the Russian nobility in Mariupol, another remarkable event took place! A major fire broke out in the port of Mariupol in the Sea of Azov, where Ukrainian grain is located.
Andriushchenko said that the fire may have started as a result of the stupidity of the Russian occupiers. Andriushchenko said that Ukrainian partisans may have also carried out such an action in order to strike a blow to the Russian occupiers:
The main thing is that Ukrainian grain will not go to Russia. And it’s not important, due to whose actions it’s going to be this way,
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea, Sevastopol, and Mariupol in March. The strangeness in the images of Putin, who visited the battlefield for the first time, led to questions about whether a stunt was used again.