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Zhelensky considers Mariupol’s military release impossible

Zhelensky considers Mariupol's military release impossible

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky this Sunday acknowledged that the liberation of the Russian-held city of Mariupol by military means was impossible.

During a press conference with the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau (who visited Kiev this Sunday in support of Ukrainian President Zhelensky) explained that his country did not have the “heavy weapons needed to free Mariupol” during the military operation. “I say it openly,” the president insisted.

Similarly, the Ukrainian president explained that guaranteeing the withdrawal of the Ukrainian military from the Azovstal metal plant was practically impossible.

“The Russian army, the Russian army and the leadership of the Russian Federation do not want our soldiers to leave,” the Ukrainian portal Gazette revealed.

On the other hand, in the last few hours, 170 Ukrainians have arrived in the city of Zaborizia as a result of the joint operation of Mariupol and the United Nations and the Red Cross to open the public corridor, Sky News reported. .

More than 600 civilians have already been evicted from the plant and its surroundings by this new arrival, Practically the last defensive fort of the city.

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