Heavy Blow: Mass Poisoning of Russian Military Personnel

In the Russian-occupied Mariupol, the Ukrainian resistance might have struck the next blow against the invaders. This is reported by German news website n-tv.de, citing Pedro Andrjuschtschenko, advisor to the Ukrainian mayor of the city, and the resistance group “Mariupol.Resistance.”

“Mariupol.Resistance” reports on social media about the poisoning of 26 military personnel who have died as a result. “They should eat and drink less. Although, probably it is the opposite. We are ready to continue to feed the new Russian soldiers and officers who have come for training and refreshment,” the group writes on Instagram. According to Andrjuschtschenko, the occupiers have recently complained about dead and wounded.

These claims have not yet been verified and/or confirmed by an independent party. Therefore, they should be considered with caution. In war, it can be advantageous for conflicting parties to deliberately spread misinformation to strengthen their own position or weaken the opponent’s.

Image: kremlin.ru, Совещание по развитию дальневосточных городов (2023-03-14) 02, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size modified)

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