Ukraine Reports Tens of Thousands Killed in Mariupol; Russian Invaders Burn Bodies to Cover up Their Crimes

On April 11th, Petro Andryushchenko, advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, said in an interview that more than 10,000 civilians have been killed fighting the Russian invasion forces, and the remains of the victims are spread all over the streets. In addition, he also severely condemned the Russian army for deliberately preventing humanitarian aid convoys from entering the city and trying to hide the massacre in the city’s downtown area.

According to the mayor, the Russian army had earlier brought in a large number of mobile incinerators to dispose of the remains of the victims. They brought the bodies of many civilians to a shopping center with a large freezing facility and then incinerated them in mobile incinerators carried by trucks in an attempt to cover up their heinous crimes against humanity.

Additionally, Petro Andryushchenko stated that about 120,000 people in Mariupol are currently in urgent need of food, drinking water, heat, and external communication equipment. However, only those who have been “filtered” by Russian troops can escape from the city, while others who have not passed the checks are being taken to temporary detention centers. It is believed that at least 33,000 people were forcibly deported to Russia or separatist regions of Ukraine. In response, the Ukrainian Human Rights ombudsman revealed that Russian forces have tortured and executed Ukrainian civilians in these areas and continue to illegally arrest, torture, and execute anyone with a pro-Ukrainian stance.

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