Siege of Azovstal, the Kremlin announces a ceasefire agreement with Ukraine. 51 wounded, including from the Azov battalion: “They will be treated and imprisoned”

Crack opens to evacuate the last remaining wounded at the steel plant Azovstal Mariupol, after the Russian Defense Ministry announced an armistice agreement reached with Kyiv, according to the agency Interfax. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who was in video message Released yesterday, March 15, it spoke of “a very difficult and sensitive negotiation to save our people from Mariupol and Azovstal”. A humanitarian corridor for wounded soldiers has already been activated at the steel plant. According to local media, buses with more than 51 wounded, mostly from the Azov battalion, are already ready for departure, and they will be transported first to the hospital and then to prison by separatist forces in Donetsk.

The Kremlin’s announcement comes while the government’s closest collaborators have doubts about Russian initiatives lingering in Kyiv. In particular, he quoted an advisor to the Ukrainian Interior Minister Vadim Denisenko Ukrinform: “Everything here is clear about Azovstal. Unfortunately, the only task of the Russian troops is the capture of the steel plant. There are no other ways despite all the efforts of the president ZelenskyOf all our diplomats and relatives of those currently inside the steel mill, unfortunately this is a personal decision put it in“.

Yellow on surrendering Ukrainian soldiers

A few hours before the announcement of the Kremlin, the commander of the unit of the internal forces of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Alexander Khodakovsky, announced the first surrender of the fortified soldiers at the steel plant with “Ten soldiers with white flags came out of a tunnel.” One circumstance, however, was denied by the advisor to the Mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andryushenko, who instead described how the Russian bombing had become more intense on the plant.

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