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Europe’s Longest And Bloodiest Battle For Decades

NEW YORK ( — Ukraine is beset by a host of evil personalities from Russia who are responsible for so much suffering. Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February, but Ukrainian forces retook large areas around the capital Kyiv in early April. Never in the history of the world has it been more important for the people to know the truth of the Word of God than at this moment in history. Nearly 700 more Ukrainian fighters surrendered at the Mariupol steelworks in the past 24 hours, the Kremlin said today, but leaders were reported to still be holed up inside. Sweden and Finland meanwhile formally applied to join NATO, bringing about the very expansion that Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has long cited as one of his main reasons for launching the “special military operation” in February.  The Kremlin said the surrender of 694 more fighters meant a total of 959 people had now laid down their arms at the vast Azovstal steelworks – last bastion of Ukrainian defenders in the city. Volodymyr Zelensky hopes to arrange a prisoner swap for Mariupol defenders he describes as national heroes.

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Siege of Mariupol

The siege of Mariupol was a military engagement between Russia and the Donetsk People’s Republic separatists against Ukraine which began on 24 February 2022, during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, as part of the Eastern Ukraine offensive. The city of Mariupol is located in the Donetsk Oblast in Ukraine and is claimed by the Russian-backed separatist Donetsk People’s Republic. Russian forces completely besieged the city on 2 March, after which they gradually gained control of the city.[1] By 22 April, the remaining Ukrainian forces had retreated to the Azovstal Iron and Steel Works, a massive and highly defensible industrial complex.[59][34][47]

The Red Cross described the situation as “apocalyptic”, and Ukrainian authorities have accused Russia of engineering a major humanitarian crisis in the city,[60][61] with city officials reporting that about 21,000 civilians have been killed.[62] Ukrainian officials also reported that at least 95% of the city has been destroyed during the fighting, largely by Russian bombardments.[63] The siege ended on 16 May 2022, after what media outlets variously called the “evacuation” or “surrender” of the remaining Ukrainian personnel from the Azovstal Iron and Steel Works; the Russian Ministry of Defense stated that the Ukrainians had “surrendered”,[64][65][66][67][68] a word Ukraine avoided to use.[69] On 18 May, Donetsk People’s Republic leader Denis Pushilin claimed that the commanders of the Azov batallion are still located in the plant.[70]


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