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“Azov”: The Russians dropped an unknown poison on Mariupol

Monday, 11 April 2022, 22:39
“Azov”: The Russians dropped an unknown poison on Mariupol


Russian soldiers have dropped a poisonous substance of unknown origin on Mariupol.

Source: Azov 


Quote: "About an hour ago, Russian occupying forces used a poisonous substance of unknown origin against Ukrainian military and civilians in the city of Mariupol, which was dropped from an enemy UAV". 

Details: It is reported that the sufferers have respiratory failure and vestibulo-atactic syndrome.

The consequences of using an unknown substance are being clarified. 



  • Russians have been threatening to trap Ukrainian fighters at the "Azovstal" plant in Mariupol and use chemical weapons against them.
  • The 36th Separate Marine Brigade, which is involved in defending Mariupol from Russian forces, has published a video address to Ukrainians in the Russian language. The statement said that 11 April could be the last battle for all defenders of Mariupol, and that the Ukrainian military command had not contacted the fighters for two weeks.
  • The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi later reacted, saying that the command had contact with the defending forces in Mariupol. He added that the details of the defence operation of Ukrainian defenders should not be the subject of public discussion.