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Russian Occupiers Destroying Evidence of Their Crimes in Mariupol

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Following the widespread international coverage of the genocide of the Ukrainian people in Bucha and other towns in Kyiv region, Russian troops began using mobile crematoriums to clear the streets of the bodies of dead civilians.

As the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine informs, 13 mobile crematoriums are located in Mariupol.

“The occupiers try to identify all potential eyewitnesses to atrocities through filtration camps and kill them,” the intelligence officers say.

It is also reported that the facts of the use of mobile crematoriums in Chernihiv region were recorded repeatedly. An enemy mobile crematorium was also spotted in Novoaydar, Luhansk region.

The intelligence officers have information that the Russian military is also being burned in these crematoriums to hide the real losses of the Russian army in Ukraine.

The day before, Head of the Donetsk Regional State Administration Pavlo Kyrylenko told CNN in a commentary that, according to preliminary estimates, between 20,000 and 22,000 civilians could have died in Mariupol.

As a reminder, Mariupol has been blocked by Russian troops since March 1, who have created a humanitarian catastrophe in the city and carry out the genocide. So far, Mariupol cannot be unblocked. In addition, the Russians constantly violate the agreements and disrupt the normal operation of humanitarian corridors, leaving about 120,000 civilians in the city without electricity, gas, water, heat supply.

Bohdan Marusyak

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