The evacuation convoy from Mariupol was allowed towards Zaporizhzhia: they waited for 3 days


A large convoy from 500 to 1,000 cars from Mariupol, which had been at the occupation checkpoint for more than three days, was finally allowed towards Zaporizhzhia.

Source: Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko in the Telegram

Direct speech: “A huge convoy of cars with the residents of Mariupol (from 500 to 1,000 cars), who had been waiting for more than three days, was finally allowed to enter Zaporizhia.”

Earlier: People who left occupied Mariupol said that they had to pass dozens of Russian checkpoints before reaching the territory of free Ukraine.

Moreover, Ukrainians are being “filtered”, the occupiers intimidate them, check their phones and offer to go to Russia. Eyewitnesses say the occupiers boast of killing civilians during the “inspection.”

After the evacuation from Azovstal, the invaders separated the young girl from her mother. She allegedly did not pass the “filtering”.

Also, Russians often kidnap Ukrainians and then exchange civilians for Russian soldiers.

Source: Ukrayinska Pravda


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