Russian military parade on Ukrainian soil?
Another rumor has been widely circulated on social networking sites in recent hours. Russia will prepare one “Victory Parade” In the center of the devastated city of Mariupol, Ukraine, via the Sea of Azov. Given that the city has been under siege for weeks, can Moscow be shown as a “liberated city” during this celebration and act as a spectacle that is said to have conquered the ground?
The Ukrainian Intelligence Service (GUR) first reported a series of clues. Elements that say this project is on the Kremlin table. On GUR’s Telegram channel, you can read that Sergei Kryenko, the deputy director of the Russian presidential administration, came to Mariupol on May 9 to prepare for the ceremony.
Another element: In recent hours, the APTN news agency has been able to see chaotic scenes on the streets of the Mariupol disaster. People who were presented as “volunteers” said, “Clean up the city.” Some removed the rubble using diggers or street brushes. Others tried to repair roadside electrical installations, while others restored war-damaged monuments or placed Russian flags on electric poles. “We are offering our assistance as part of this humanitarian effort to restore the city’s parks and monuments in view of May 9th. “ “Volunteer” Denise, who was interviewed by an APNT journalist, explained. He explained that the goal was to allow “Citizens to Celebrate This Public Holiday”.
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