Mariupol: super-heavy bombs were dropped on Azovstal

An hour ago today, on April 18, a message from the press service appeared on the official website of the Mariupol City Council: super-heavy air bombs were dropped on Azovstal.

At the same time, at least a thousand civilians, mostly old people and mothers with children, are in the fortified shelters of the enterprise – they are fleeing shelling there. The City Hall said in a statement:

“There are at least 1,000 civilians in the underground shelters of the metallurgical plant. Mostly they are women with children and the elderly.”

On the website a video of a fire raging at the plant has been published, according to a Ukrainian edition “Correspondent”.

Our publication previously reported that military expert Justin Crump, from the security consulting company Sibylline, said in an interview with the BBC that the Ukrainian defenders were really well prepared for defense.

In his opinion, the Ukrainian military defending the huge Azovstal metallurgical plant will be able to stay there. long enoughusing tunnels, nuclear bunkers and guerrilla tactics. They had 50 days to fortify the territory and prepare their retreat.

In his opinion, the Ukrainian military defending the huge Azovstal metallurgical plant will be able to stay there. long enoughusing tunnels, nuclear bunkers and guerrilla tactics. They had 50 days to fortify the territory and prepare their retreat.



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