In Mariupol, Russians set up roadblocks

In Mariupol, Russian invaders set up checkpoints and dug trenches.

This was announced by the adviser to the city chairman of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko. “From today, the occupiers have set up checkpoints at the exit from Mariupol to Sartana. Continuously check documents (passport / filtering / registration) and selective phones. Also, checkpoints on all bridges,” he said.

Additionally, near the bridges, according to the adviser to the city’s mayor, the invaders began digging trenches and mining.

“The regime began to be afraid. Even from the outside, convincing Russia is here forever becomes difficult,” Andryushchenko added.

On February 22, 23, and 24, explosions were heard in Mariupol. An ammunition depot, fuel and lubricants, and military equipment were hit, and the enemy lost 50 people wounded and killed.

In particular, on February 22, 12 explosions thundered in the city, an ammunition depot at the airport, and enemy bases in the Kalmiussky district were hit. And the next day, three explosions were recorded in Mariupol.

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