Russian invasion: Ukraine talks possible effects of chemical weapons

In the video posted on Telegram by the Azov Battalion and also on the Mariupol City Hall website, several Ukrainian soldiers and civilians say some people showed signs of suffocation from a cloud that covered the white area of ​​the Azovstal factory on Monday. affected. , although there were no casualties in that city.

Ukrainian fighters reported that “victims of the spread of the toxic substance of unknown origin in the city of Mariupol are in a relatively satisfactory condition”, adding that civilian contact with the substance was “minimal”.

They added that the source of the case was “impossible to investigate due to hostile fire and the continued use by the Russians of the tactic to conceal their crimes”.

The video shows a middle-class soldier and an elderly man who does not have to walk with different backs without medical supervision.

According to the fighters, the main symptoms of hypertension, hypertension, consequences and inflammation of the mouth and mucous membranes of the eyes are on the faces of the victims.

“Now it is clear that the enemy is using poisons or strong poisons, especially asphyxiants. However, due to a complete blockade (of the city), it is not possible to perform a toxicological analysis,” he said.

A spokesman for Russia’s Interfax agency said on Tuesday that Donetsk separatist militias denied using chemical weapons to attack the Azovstal facility in the port city of Mariupol.

Mariúpol, a city on the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov, has been under permanent siege by Russian troops since the invasion on February 24.

More than 80 percent of the city’s buildings have been bombed and its residents — estimated to be between 100,000 and 160,000 — have no water, gas, electricity or basic necessities.

Source: Ulti Mahora