OCCUPIERS ATTACK MARIUPOL WITH CHEMICAL WEAPONS: SOURCE REVEALS DETAILS
Russian occupation forces in Mariupol, which has been under shelling for more than a month, used a poisonous substance of unknown origin. It was dropped on the city from an enemy drone. The Azov regiment was the first to report the use of an unknown substance against Ukrainian soldiers and civilians in its Telegram channel. “About an hour ago (21:00 on April 11 – ed.) Russian occupation troops used a poisonous substance of unknown origin against Ukrainian soldiers and civilians in the city of Mariupol, which was dropped from an enemy UAV,” the statement said. A source close to the Ukrainian Defense Ministry told the Telegraph newspaper in a commentary that the possibility of Russian occupants using chemical weapons is very high. Victims of the substance have respiratory failure and vestibuloatactic syndrome; this disorder is characterized by impaired walking stability and sudden loss of balance.