The Ukrainian army prepares for a ‘last war’ in the besieged port of Mariupol

“Today will be the last war because we have run out of ammunition. (…) This is death for some of us and captivity for some,” the 36th Marine Regiment wrote on Facebook. It is part of the National Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“We are slowly disappearing,” the statement added.

“We do not know what will happen, but we ask you to remember (us) with a kind word,” the regiment asked the “Ukrainians”.

“For more than a month, we fought without refueling, without food, without water,” “made possible and impossible,” the unit reiterated.

About “half” of the battalion members were wounded, the statement said.

During the fierce fighting that lasted for more than 40 days, the regiment explained that “the enemy was gradually pushing us back (…), encircling us and now trying to destroy us”, “regretting the lack of assistance from the command of the army”. And President Volodymyr Zhelensky.

“We received only 50 bombs, 20 mines, NLAW anti-tank missiles at one time,” the brigade lamented. “Nothing else was given to us.”

“There were only broken promises,” she added.

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