In Mariupol, 26 occupants mysteriously died in a week, 15 more in intensive care due to poisoning: propagandists complain about "saboteurs"
In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, 26 Russian occupants mysteriously died in a week, and 15 more are in intensive care. Probably, the soldiers of Putin's army were poisoned.
Kremlin propagandists complain that they suspect "saboteurs". This was reported by Petro Andriushchenko, advisor to the head of the Mariupol City Council.
"Plus 26 occupants in the morgue and 15 in intensive care due to food poisoning. Again. I wonder who it could be, I have no idea. Finally, we have another confirmation from the "other side," the statement said.
Andriushchenko noted that in total, over the summer and two months of autumn, the Mariupol resistance eliminated more than 40 invaders in various ways.
"This is definitely good news. I am proud of our Mariupol residents. They are really making miracles in the occupation. A separate heroic epic of Mariupol. Unbreakable and unconquered," he added.
In August, guerrillas massively poisoned the officers of the Russian occupiers on the territory of Mariupol, temporarily captured by the Russians. Two officers died among the 17 poisoned soldiers.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, at least eight occupants were found dead in Mariupol in a week from the beginning of September. Their bodies washed up on the shore of the Azov Sea.