Direct – War in Ukraine: Russians continue to attack Azovstel steelworks and begin to change road signs

This Friday a new UN Evacuate the last civilians stationed at the Azovstell Steelwork in MariupolThe last pocket of the Ukrainian opposition in this strategic port of Donbass, the Russian forces continue their offensive and do not seem to be leaning towards a new ceasefire.

Despite this uncertainty, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths announced on Thursday that the new convoy was heading towards the city of martyrs, which has become one of the hallmarks of the Russian invasion that began on February 24.

“As we speak, a convoy is due to arrive in Assault tomorrow morning to rescue the remaining civilians from this dark hell where they have lived for weeks and months and bring them back to safety.”, Mr. Griffiths said in Warsaw. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has confirmed its involvement.

One hundred The public was already able to leave the campus last weekend. During an evacuation organized with the UN and the ICRC.

Information on the condition of the Mariupol steel plant, where They are rooted in the massive underground galleries of civilians and militantsIt was paradoxical, however.

On Thursday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky promised in a daily video message that Russian forces had continued to shell the steel plant in violation of Russia’s promise of a three – day ceasefire that began Thursday morning.

Russian bombing continues to rage “Women and children, while civilians have not yet been evictedThus he said in a message posted on his Facebook page.

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