Azovstal fighters will face Russian interrogation, court docket

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The surrendered Ukrainian fighters who holed up within the Azovstal Metal Plant for weeks may have their “fate” determined by a Russian court docket, a Donetsk separatist chief stated Wednesday.

“As for war criminals and those who are nationalists, if they laid down their arms their fate should be decided by the court,” chief of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Folks’s Republic (DPR) Denis Pushilin instructed Russian media retailers. “Regardless of the emotions of some, I heard various opinions, if an adversary laid down the arms, the future fate is decided by the court. 

“If it is a Nazi legal, then by a court-martial,” he added. 

Ukrainian servicemen sit in a bus after they were evacuated from the besieged Mariupol's Azovstal steel plant, near a prison in Olyonivka, in territory under the government of the Donetsk People's Republic, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, May 17, 2022. 

Ukrainian servicemen sit in a bus after they have been evacuated from the besieged Mariupol’s Azovstal metal plant, close to a jail in Olyonivka, in territory below the federal government of the Donetsk Folks’s Republic, jap Ukraine, Tuesday, Might 17, 2022. 
(AP Picture)

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Russian Protection Ministry Spokesman Igor Konashenkov on Wednesday claimed that 959 Ukrainian troopers had surrendered to Russian forces in Mariupol.

The protection ministry stated 80 of the fighters have been injured and 51 had been hospitalized within the Russian-occupied city of Novoazovsk in Donetsk.

Ukrainian officers have stated they’re nonetheless working to get their troopers house in a prisoner alternate, however varied Russian officers have stated they won’t comply with this and have furthered the false claims that the fighters are Nazi’s.

Studies have additionally surfaced suggesting that the Russian Investigative Committee will interrogate every soldier on alleged crimes dedicated in opposition to civilians and in instances beforehand documented. The identities of every soldier can be recorded.

The Kremlin claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had personally assured the prisoners can be handled in response to worldwide requirements, reported Reuters. 

In this photo taken from video released by the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, wounded Ukrainian servicemen lay in a bus as they are being evacuated as they are being evacuated from the besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine. 

On this picture taken from video launched by the Russian Protection Ministry Press Service on Tuesday, Might 17, 2022, wounded Ukrainian servicemen lay in a bus as they’re being evacuated as they’re being evacuated from the besieged Azovstal metal plant in Mariupol, Ukraine. 
(Russian Protection Ministry Press Service by way of AP)

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Pushilin stated Wednesday that Russian forces will demolish the Azovstal Metal Plant, which for months stood as a logo of resistance as Russian forces brutally pummeled Mariupol. 

The pinnacle of the DPR claimed the plant was polluting the atmosphere, however Mariupol metropolis council took to Telegram to dispute this and stated Russia desires to “erase any reminder of the heroic deed of the Ukrainian military.”

“Occupiers are not interested in the restoration and development of Mariupol. For them, this is just the territory for the Crimean corridor,” the council added.

Ukrainian servicemen sit in a bus after they were evacuated from the besieged Mariupol's Azovstal steel plant, near a prison in Olyonivka, in territory under the government of the Donetsk People's Republic, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, May 17, 2022. 

Ukrainian servicemen sit in a bus after they have been evacuated from the besieged Mariupol’s Azovstal metal plant, close to a jail in Olyonivka, in territory below the federal government of the Donetsk Folks’s Republic, jap Ukraine, Tuesday, Might 17, 2022. 
(AP Picture)

The town council stated the metal plant as soon as held 10,000 jobs and produced 7,000 tons of “high-quality steel”, 6 million tons of iron and 4.5 million tons of rolled steel, leading to billions of {dollars} in international earnings. 

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The Mariupol metropolis council claimed “forces for de-occupation” would quickly arrive to the strategically essential port metropolis. 

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