Kadyrov soldiers had an armed conflict with the "commandant's office" in occupied Mariupol, snipers were on the roof. Photo and video
There was an armed conflict between Kadyrov soldiers and the Russian "commandant's office" in temporarily occupied Mariupol. There was noise and gunfire right in the middle of the city, with snipers sitting on the roofs of houses.
The scandal occurred because the "commandant's office" stopped a car full of weapons without a single document. The driver was a Chechen. Deputy mayor of Mariupol Peter Andryushchenko reported about it on Telegram. The events unfolded at the intersection of Shevchenko Boulevard and Metalurhiv Avenue on the evening of August 19 and lasted until 22:00 (to see the video, scroll to the end of the news).
The official showed a photo with a cluster of people, as well as "police" and military vehicles, the number of which gradually increased to 20. Both sides called for help.
"Shots rang out and two ambulances took someone out. There were also snipers on the rooftops. They came to some kind of agreement and dispersed around 10 p.m," Andryushchenko noted, expressing regret that there was no mass shooting.
The Russian military engaged in a firefight with the Kadyrov soldiers in the occupied village of Urzuf near Mariupol on August 11. It is reported that at least two servicemen of the Russian Federation were killed. The footage published online shows the aftermath of the shooting: shot cars and dead bodies of the invaders. The weapons were on the ground next to them.
Residents complained online that the occupied towns and villages no longer belong to them, but to the visiting occupiers who do whatever they want.
As OBOZREVATEL reported:
- Russians are trying to suppress the resistance of Ukrainians in temporarily occupied Mariupol. To do this, the enemy is constantly rotating FSB officers in the city. Russian security forces bypass private houses and conduct "mop-ups";
- A new wave of brutal sweeps and inspections has also begun in the city. During the so-called mop-ups, the occupiers conduct checks among the local population, carry out searches and even strip-search people. The occupiers are particularly picky about the residents of the neighborhoods and the private sector.