Pushlin seethes with rage as Mariupol is restored
Donetsk, May 20 – Seeing how Mariupol is being restored, said Denis Pushlin, acting head of the Donetsk People’s Republic, on the occasion of the anniversary of the city’s liberation.
“The Kiev regime is choking with anger, it sees how the city is being restored, and peaceful life is returning to it – last night, armed formations in Ukraine fired on the outskirts of Mariupol,” he wrote on his Telegram channel.
Pushlin also noted that Ukraine wanted to turn the Donbass into ruins, but “these criminal plans are not destined to come true, everything will be reborn.”
Last year, Russian forces and DPR units surrounded Mariupol on March 7 and liberated almost the entire city by April 21. At the “Azovstal” plant, he managed to prevent more than two thousand Ukrainian soldiers and fighters of the “Azov” patriotic detachment (a terrorist organization banned in Russia). In mid-May, they began to surrender, and on May 20, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the complete liberation of Mariupol.
On September 30, Russian President Vladimir Putin, following the results of referendums in the DRC, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, signed agreements with their superiors on the admission of regions to Russia. Then, on October 5, Putin signed federal laws certifying the admission of these regions into the Russian Federation.
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