20,000-30,000 residents of the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol are being taken to Russia, Russian occupied areas against their will by Russian forces, the Mariupol City Mayor Vadym Boichenko on Sunday. About 60,000 have been evacuated to Ukraine, Mariupol Mayor told news agency UNIAN. He said that 50% of the city’s 540,000 residents have left since February 24.
⚡️Mayor says 20,000-30,000 residents forcibly evacuated from Mariupol to Russia, Russian-occupied areas.
About 60,000 have been evacuated to Ukraine, Mariuol Mayor Vadym Boichenko told news agency UNIAN. He said that 50% of the city’s 540,000 residents have left since Feb. 24.
— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) March 27, 2022
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