On May 9, Putin Plans to Hold a Victory Parade in Mariupol

by Olha Povaliaieva
Thursday, April 14, 2022
On May 9, Putin Plans to Hold a Victory Parade in Mariupol

On May 10, Putin plans to raze to the ground Lysychansk and Severodonetsk towns in the Luhansk region

The main directorate of intelligence of Ukraine under the Ministry of defense intercepted a telephone conversation of a Russian soldier. During the dialogue, the occupier Oleg Karasev told his wife that if the Russian army did not achieve its goals by May 10, they will start destroying Ukrainian cities by Putin's orders. In particular, this applies to the towns of the Luhansk region.

“Putin said that if we don’t do anything by May 10, everything will be razed. Putin said, if by May 10 we will do nothing, then everything with the land level. There is an order: Rubizhne is still trying to dismiss, and Lysychansk and Severodonetsk will raze with the land,” Russian army soldier Oleg Karasyov.

“This conversation confirms that the Russian Federation purposefully switched to the tactics of destroying Ukrainian cities and crimes against the civilian population on the direct orders of the country's top military-political leadership, in particular, president Putin,” the Ministry of defense of Ukraine.

Deputy minister of defense Anna Malyar reminded the Ukrainians about the handwriting of the KGB and the politics of the modern Kremlin, and Putin's ambitions to walk through the captured Kyiv on May 9th.

“May 9 is a sacred date for them, they build all the glorification of their state on this date. Independence Day and May 9 are 2 key dates for them,” Anna Malyar.

And since the Ukrainian Army, America, and Europe have buried Putin's fantasy of holding a Russian military parade on Khreshchatyk, they decided to postpone the parade in Mariupol. Apparently, the city destroyed from blooming garden to rubble is the pride of Putin’s maneuvers.

"According to our information, the self-proclaimed "mayor" of Mariupol, Ivashchenko, received an order to clean up part of the city's central district from the rubble and bodies of the dead to ensure the parade on May 9. Judging by the entire array of data, the Russians are planning to hold a "carnival of victory" in Mariupol on May 9, in case of success of the "special operation," the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andryushchenko.

Just imagine: Putin wants to clear the city he destroyed from the rubble and corpses of the Ukrainians he killed to hold a joyful victory parade. Is it a victory, Putin?

On the cover of this article, you see a protest in front of the Russian embassy in Tallinn. These girls symbolize the women of Ukraine who were raped and killed by the Russian invaders.

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