Thursday, April 11

“Russians use mobile crematoria to erase crimes”

  • Vadym Boychenko believes that Russia he is in “no hurry” to authorize any humanitarian operation who manages to completely evacuate the city

The mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko, denounced this Wednesday that the Russian troops that keep that Ukrainian city surrounded “they’re trying to cover their tracks” and they have begun to operate with mobile crematoria to make the “traces of their crimes” disappear.

In a message on his Telegram channel, the first mayor said that “after the widespread genocide committed (in the city of) Bucha, Russia’s top leaders have ordered the destruction of any evidence of the crimes committed by his army in Mariupol”, the southern Ukrainian port city that has been besieged and bombed for days.

“A week ago, some cautious estimates they put the death toll at 5,000. But given the size of the city, the catastrophic destruction, the length of the blockade, and the fierce resistance, tens of thousands of Mariupol civilians they could have been victims of the Russian occupiers,” he stressed.

in Mariupol, a city on the shores of the Sea of ​​Azov that once had half a million inhabitants, There are barely 160,000 people left who, according to the kyiv government, do not have water, electricity, medicines or other basic services due to the attacks and the siege to which they have been subjected for weeks by the Russian troops.

He also accused the Russians of “recruit local terrorists” and members of special brigades to support them in these tasks.

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“The world has not seen a tragedy of the magnitude of which Mariúpol lives from the Nazi concentration camps,” Boychenko reiterated.

The “racists turned our whole city in an extermination camp. Unfortunately, the creepy analogy is gaining more and more confirmation. This is no longer Chechnya or Aleppo (Syria). This is the new Auschwitz,” she added.

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