Watch Video of Child Hostages of Azov Nazis imprisoned in Mariupol steelworks Bunker .. English/Español

The underground of the Mariupol steelworks

first part by https://mpr21.info/ shared with thanks

As in 1945 in Berlin, the Nazis have ended up hiding in the basement with their tails between their legs. This time it’s the Soviet-era cellars under Mariupol’s Azovstal steelworks. There are more than a thousand Nazis hiding there, many of them wounded, as well as the civilian population that they use as human shields so that the Russian troops do not enter the place.

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Putin announced the cancellation of plans to ‘storm’ the complex in order to save the hostages and to reduce risks to Russian servicemen, instead opting to besiege it and starve the Zelensky regime militants out.

Those in hiding are trying to go out alone or in small groups of two or three, dressed as civilians and even as women. They often try to go straight through the checkpoints, indicating that they are either under the influence of drugs, or their level of desperation is at its peak. They are willing to do anything, even to fall in the middle of a firefight.

One of the Donetsk People’s Republic militia fighters involved in the Nazi blockade says that, having been seriously injured in the legs, one of the Nazis tried to resist. He did not emit the characteristic moans of a wounded man, which makes us suspect that they take some type of narcotic.

Hostages speak out.. see below.“Today is April 21, 2022, we already asked you a few days ago to take us out. We are at the Azovstal plant, but no one wants to hear us. Please take us away from here. ..”

The longer the siege of the steelworks lasts, the more cases of this type and escape attempts there will be. The Russian army has alerted its troops that many of those who remain encircled want to surrender and that they must allow it.

The steel mill has in its entrails an underground city with many plants and shelters over dozens of kilometers. Those in hiding have not received supplies, water or medicine for many days, so their situation may be desperate.

In the rabbit hole there are many high-level officers that NATO wants to rescue alive, especially the foreign mercenaries who direct the fighting. NATO has wanted to negotiate with Russia a surrender and an evacuation under the supervision of one of the countries that are members of the Alliance.

On Wednesday, Victoria Nuland, Under Secretary of State for US Political Affairs and the person most responsible for the 2014 coup in Kyiv, told CNN that NATO countries could participate in the evacuation of “civilians” trapped in Mariupol.

But Mariupol has already fallen to the Russians and there are no civilians to rescue. She was naturally referring to those who are kidnapped by the Ukrainian Nazis in the underground of the steel mill, and even to the Nazis themselves, which is a very different matter.

The evacuation of civilians has never been of interest to the Ukrainian government because its army uses them as human shields.

The Russian army opened an Evacuation Corridor 10 times already for the steel mill fighters to allow hostages to leave or to lay down their arms.

Kyiv is interested in maintaining the fiction of the resistance, which has caused discomfort among the Nazis themselves, who insult the Zelensky government and their own leaders on social networks for demanding that they continue the fight, while they are unable to supply them with anything.

The fact is that mice do not leave the mousetrap. They were not even willing to let out the many wounded they have, who need medical assistance.

If nobody wants to go out, why do you need an exit corridor? The only explanation is that NATO wants to validate its presence on the ground, something it has so far not formally acknowledged.

In her tricky style, what Nuland means is that she intends to surreptitiously evacuate the Nazis, which is impossible.

If they want to cover up the presence of foreign mercenaries and NATO commanders, they must prevent them from being captured by the Russian army or, at the very least, negotiate a camouflaged exit with them.

“There was some hope that the Russians would allow the safe evacuation of wounded civilians and soldiers from Mariupol,” a State Department chief said on Wednesday, adding that “if it happens, there will be NATO allies involved in it.”

The message from the true leaders of the war is clear: NATO and its allies must intervene in any negotiated solution to the siege of the steel mill.

Corridors secured only by Russia are not acceptable to NATO or the United States.

It is clear that there are people who should not be seen, who should not appear publicly in the photos and should be discreetly removed from the place to maintain the fable that NATO is not involved in the Ukraine War.

If NATO doesn’t participate, why are they insisting on controlling the evacuation of the Nazis trapped in the steel mill?

Azov Regiment Show off and interview Families with Children still imprisoned as Hostages in the Azovstal steelworks bunker

from SouthFront, shared with thanks, video by Azov in Mariupol

WATCH VIDEO HERE…There is a Translated Transcript in English and Español of the VIDEO BELOW

WATCH VIDEO HERE…There is a Translated Transcript of the video below.

The Azov regiment has made a strange and clumsy attempt to secure a “humanitarian corridor” for itself.

On 23 April, a video was disseminated showing civilians, including children, being held in the catacombs of the Azovstal plant.

A significant part of the civilians are family members of Azov fighters, while others are employees of the plant and residents of adjacent houses who were forced or tricked into the catacombs.

The video appears to be designed to justify the need for a humanitarian corridor

However, the Russian side has already opened humanitarian corridors more than 10 times. The Azov regiment militants did not let anyone out of the plant.

Now Russian units, on Putin’s personal order, have suspended their assault on the territory of the plant and have taken it under a tight blockade.

Civilians are able to leave the plant safely at almost any moment if their captors allowed it.

The only existing obstacle is Azov fighters, who use civilians for propaganda purposes and as human shields. It is Azov who hold them hostage.

This fact, by the way, becomes obvious if you listen carefully to what and how the civilians are saying in this video. It should be remembered that the video was not filmed by independent journalists, but by Azov fighters themselves.

Below is a verbatim transcript of the video so that everyone can draw their own conclusions.

– Hello! The boys are here with gifts!
– How do you do?

– Good afternoon! We’re here with presents. Can we put? Call the children.

– Come on over, we’ve brought some goodies for you. Come on in.

Woman: “And can you lay out, and distribute later, so that everyone was fair. Here’s a table for you. Then when they’ll eat and we’ll give it to them.”

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– Everything, yes, afterwards. A little bit of candy, a little bit of that.
Turns to the kids: Hi, how are you doing?

Boy asks the girl, “I think it’s a military man looks to the godfather?”

Girl: “A little bit.”

Girl in the hat: “Hello!”

Military man: “Hello! How are you? How are you girls doing?”

Kids: “It’s all good!”

Military man: “Making new baskets? What have you been up to?”

Girl in the hat: “I made a basket.”

Military man: “You made it last time.”

Girl shows her basket.
Military man: “Great! What a beauty! Is it for decorations?”

Girl in the hat: “Yes.”

Military man: “Beautifully, clever girl!”

Girl: “Me and Rostik were playing a game on the phone.”

Another girl: “We would have played that game on the phone, but we want to go home, we want to see the sun.”

Boy: “Hello! I saw that you were here and I wanted to say something: we all want to go home, we want to go home alive, we want to see our parents… oops, not parents… relatives, very much!”

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Girl in the hat: “We miss our friends very much.”

Military man: “Well, you made friends here, then you’ll get out and all be friends together. Yes?”

Kids: “Yeah!”

Military man: “Cool!”
Turns to the woman: “What day have you been here?”

– I’ve been here since March 5!

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Elderly Woman: “Two months it will be.”

Military man: “Two months.”

One of the kids: “We’ve been here since March 2.”

Elderly woman: “We don’t know when to go home.”

Military man: “And how many days, do you count?”

Woman: “A month and a half, today is April 21, here since March 5.”

Elderly woman: “We’ve been here since the second.”

Military man: “Did you go to work and stay here?”

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Woman: “I don’t work here. We just ran here after the shelling of the house, we were counting on the green corridor, and now we are stuck in a bomb shelter.”

Military man: “Do you work?”

Older woman: “No, I’m in my eighth decade.”

Military man: “Who works here?
To the children: “Oh, be careful.”
To the woman with the child: “You don’t work here either?”

– My husband works here.

Military man: “Ah, the husband and you are here as well…”

– Yes, the whole family came. Grandma, grandpa stayed home.

Military man: “Since when?”

– Since the second of March.

Military man: “Are you counting the days?”

– We’ve already counted the days! We really want to go home, and apparently there is no home.

Military man: “Well, let’s hope for the corridors.”

– Let’s hope, because we’re already running out of food.

The military man says to another woman, “How many days have you been here?”

– 50, since the 27th… No, since the 25th.

Military man: “Do you work here?”

– No, we are relatives. It seemed safer for us at the time we ran here, because there was shelling and our houses were no longer accessible and we made the decision to move here. To stay here. And since the 27th we have been here permanently.
I am here at the plant in a bomb shelter of my Motherland since the 25th, it’s been two months, we are here and we ask for help, because we are in the epicenter of the fighting and we can’t get out, we need, my child needs to stay in peaceful areas and all children, we have many children here and we need evacuation from Azovstal plant and ask for guarantees of safety for our children. We have 15 children of different ages, from infants to 14 years old. Each family worries for life and health of their children first of all, their fathers, who are here, without medical treatment and provision. They are losing the strength they need to get out of here. We ask for guarantees of safety for our families, that we can go out freely and that it is quiet. Because our children who are here, they’re not one day so quiet that not shot and they’re not afraid to just go to the bathroom. These are the necessities of life, natural human needs, that they just can’t freely meet. Our supplies that we have brought with us are already running out. We are on the verge of soon having no food, nothing to feed our children, who need it in the first place. That is why I ask you very much to allow us to leave for the peaceful territory of Ukraine from the Azovstal plant, where we are in a bomb shelter.

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Another woman: “Today is April 21, 2022, we already asked you a few days ago to take us out. We are at the Azovstal plant, but no one wants to hear us. Please take us away from here. We want to see peaceful sky, we want to breathe fresh air. You just can’t imagine what it means for us now to eat, to drink sweet tea, it’s already happiness for us!”

Girl: “On February 27, I left home with my mother and grandmother. After that we didn’t see the sky or the sun. I very much want to get out of here, to be safe, so that no one would get hurt and live safely. To get out to the territory of Ukraine, to Lviv, because I only left with my mother and grandmother, and I have brothers left. One brother, he was in Kharkiv when we left and managed to get out to Lviv before it started… at that time Kharkiv was already bombed, but it was more or less normal. I want to get out so that everything would be safe, so that it wouldn’t turn out that we would go out… at our own risk, we would go and get hit by the same shrapnel on the way there.

Girl in the hood: “We want to get out of here as soon as possible and thank the military who come and bring us food, thank them for their support.”

Boy: “I want us to get out of here to finally see the sun, because we’ve been sitting here for two months and I want to see the sun. Because turn the lights on and off in here. And when build our houses we will be able to live in peace. It is better Ukraine to win, because Ukraine is our home.”

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Man: “I’m from another shop in the CRS, we moved here on March 3 because shells started flying into our shop. Because of that the chief of converter shop offered us his help to move to his management, with him I was here, took part, I was senior in CRS so we would like to achieve the regime of silence, so that we could leave the plant quietly. I have been here for 56 days already. There is not enough food, not enough water, I just want to go out and see my relatives and loved ones. Make us a peaceful corridor so that we can safely get women, children and the elderly out, because we won’t last like this for long.”

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Sitrep: Operation Z

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……. A lot of reconstruction and cleaning up is already happening around Mariupol, (the main port of Donbass) administrative services returning and the like. First school classes in some sections as well. Other towns around the region and elsewhere are already de facto integrating into the Russian Federation more and more. For instance passes being issued in Berdiansk for official vehicles are now being registered with a seal that says Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Berdiansk, Russia.

And in liberated LPR cities like Svatove and Starobelsk, LPR license plates for cars are already being issued to replace Ukrainian ones.

A Ukrainian politician has stated the following: “Ludmila Denisova, Ukrainian Parliament’s Commissioner for Human Rights, says that the Russians are planning to hold an independence referendum in Kherson during May 1-May 10 to create another DNR and LNR like statelet in southern Ukraine. Ballots are reportedly being printed.”

Also:

“Crimean Tatars support the inclusion of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions in the Crimean Federal District. The Crimean Tatars proposed to recreate the Crimean Federal District with the inclusion of the south of Ukraine. This statement was made by the head of the regional national-cultural autonomy of the Crimean Tatars Eyvaz Umerov.”

“Residents of the Kherson and Azov parts of the Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine, who once belonged to the Tauride province together with Crimea, speak of their desire to return to Russia, because they no longer want to be under the yoke of Ukrainian nationalists

“At least 2/3 of the residents of southern Ukraine, in particular, Kherson oblast, parts of Nikolayev oblast and Zaporozhye, would vote in favor of joining Russia, if an appropriate referendum were to be held”, says Crimean senator of the Russian Federation Council Sergei Tsekov

Today Ukraine threatened that if ‘Russia holds a referendum for the Kherson People’s Republic, then Ukraine will withdraw from all negotiations with Russia.’ Likely Russia isn’t worried.

And now there’s word that Kharkov too may eventually be allowed to hold a referendum, giving us a clue as to Russia’s ultimate vision for Kharkov Oblast.

“Following the stabilization of the situation in the liberated territories of the Kharkov region, a referendum or a poll of citizens can be held on the political future of the region, head of the interim political administration of the liberated Kharkov region, told RIA Novosti.”……………

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Los nazis tratan de escapar de los subterráneos de la acería de Mariupol en pequeños grupos

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Como en 1945 en Berlín, los nazis han acabado escondiéndose en el subsuelo con el rabo entre las piernas. Esta vez son los subterráneos de la época soviética que hay bajo la acería Azovstal de Mariupol. Hay más de mil nazis agazapados allí, muchos de ellos heridos, así como población civil que utilizan como escudos humanos para que las tropas rusas no entren a saco.

Los escondidos están intentando salir solos o en pequeños grupos de dos o tres, vestidos de civiles e incluso de mujeres. A menudo intentan pasar directamente por los puestos de control, lo que indica que o bien están bajo la influencia de las drogas, o bien que su nivel de desesperación es máximo. Están dispuestos a todo, incluso a caer en medio de un tiroteo.

Uno de los combatientes de las milicias de la República Popular de Donetsk que participa en el bloqueo de los nazis dice que, después de haber sido gravemente herido en las piernas, uno de los nazis trató de resistir. No emitía los lamentos característicos de un herido, lo que hace sospechar que toman algún tipo de estupefacientes.

Cuanto más dure el cerco de la acería, más numerosos serán los casos de este tipo y los intentos de fuga. El ejército ruso alerta a sus tropas de que muchos de los que permanecen cercados quieren rendirse y que deben permitirlo.

La acería tiene en sus entrañas una ciudad subterránea con muchas plantas y refugios a lo largo de decenas de kilómetros. Los escondidos llevan muchos días sin recibir avituallamiento, ni agua, ni medicinas, por lo que su situación es desesperada.

En la madriguera hay muchos oficiales de alto nivel que la OTAN quiere recatar con vida, en especial los mercenarios extranjeros que dirigen los combates. La OTAN ha querido negociar con Rusia una rendición y una evacuación bajo supervisión de alguno de los países que son miembros de la Alianza.

El miércoles Victoria Nuland, subsecretaria de Estado para Asuntos Políticos y máxima responsable del Golpe de Estado de 2014 en Kiev, declaró a la CNN que los países de la OTAN podrían participar en la evacuación de los “civiles” atrapados en Mariupol.

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Pero Mariupol ya ha caído en poder de los rusos y no hay civiles que rescatar. Naturalmente se refería a los que están secuestrados por los nazis ucranianos en los subterráneos de la acería, e incluso a los propios nazis, que es un asunto bien distinto.

Pero la evacuación de los civiles nunca le ha interesado al gobierno de Ucrania porque su ejército los utiliza como escudos humanos. El ejército ruso abrió una puerta para que los combatientes de la acería depusieran las armas, mientras que a Kiev le interesa mantener la ficción de la resistencia, lo cual ha causado malestar entre los propios nazis, que insultan al gobierno de Zelensky y a sus propios dirigentes en las redes sociales por exigirles continuar la lucha, mientras no son capaces de abastecerles de nada.

El hecho es que los ratones no abandonan la ratonera. Ni siquiera fueron capaces de dejar salir a los numerosos heridos que tienen, que necesitan asistencia médica.

Si nadie quiere salir, ¿para qué hace falta un pasillo de salida? La única explicación es que la OTAN quiere validar su presencia sobre el terreno, algo que hasta ahora no ha reconocido formalmente.

En su estilo trapacero, lo que Nuland quiere decir es que pretende evacuar a los nazis clandestinamente, lo cual es imposible. Si quieren encubrir la presencia de mercenarios extranjeros y mandos de la OTAN, deben evitar que sean capturados por el ejército ruso o, como mínimo, negociar con ellos una salida camuflada.

“Hubo alguna esperanza de que los rusos permitieran la evacuación segura de civiles y soldados heridos desde Mariupol”, dijo el miércoles un cabecilla del Departamento de Estado, quien añadió que “si sucede, habrá aliados de la OTAN involucrados en ello”.

El mensaje de los verdaderos dirigentes de la guerra es claro: en cualquier solución negociada al cerco de la acería debe intervenir la OTAN y sus aliados. Los pasillos asegurados sólo por Rusia no son aceptables para la OTAN ni para Estados Unidos. Está claro que hay personas que no deben ser vistas, que no deben salir públicamente en las fotos y deben ser retiradas discretamente del lugar para mantener la fábula de que la OTAN no participa en la Guerra de Ucrania.

Pero si no participa, ¿por que se empeñan en controlar la evacuación de los nazis atrapados en la acería?

El regimiento de Azov mostró a civiles tomados como rehenes en Azovstal

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El regimiento Azov ha hecho un extraño y torpe intento de asegurarse un “corredor humanitario” para sí mismo. El 23 de abril, se difundió un video que mostraba a civiles, incluidos niños, detenidos en las catacumbas de la planta de Azovstal. Una parte significativa de los civiles son familiares de los combatientes de Azov, mientras que otros son empleados de la planta y residentes de casas adyacentes que fueron forzados o engañados para entrar en las catacumbas.

El video parece estar diseñado para justificar la necesidad de un corredor humanitario.

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Sin embargo, la parte rusa ya ha abierto corredores humanitarios más de 10 veces. Los militantes del regimiento Azov no dejaron salir a nadie de la planta.

Ahora las unidades rusas, por orden personal de Putin, han suspendido su asalto al territorio de la planta y la han tomado bajo un fuerte bloqueo. Los civiles pueden abandonar la planta en casi cualquier momento.

El único obstáculo existente son los combatientes de Azov, que utilizan a los civiles con fines propagandísticos y como escudos humanos. Es Azov quien los retiene como rehenes. Este hecho, por cierto, se vuelve obvio si escuchas atentamente qué y cómo dicen los civiles en este video. Cabe recordar que el video no fue filmado por periodistas independientes, sino por los propios combatientes de Azov.

A continuación se muestra una transcripción textual del video para que cada uno pueda sacar sus propias conclusiones.

  • ¡Hola! ¡Los chicos están aquí con regalos!
  • ¿Cómo estás?
  • ¡Buena tarde! Estamos aquí con regalos. ¿Podemos poner? Llama a los niños.

– Ven, te hemos traído algunas golosinas. Venga.

Mujer: “¿Y puedes diseñar y distribuir más tarde, para que todos sean justos? Aquí hay una tabla para ti. Luego, cuando comerán, se lo daremos”.

– Todo, sí, después. Un poco de caramelo, un poco de eso.
Se dirige a los niños: Hola, ¿cómo están?

El niño le pregunta a la niña: “¿Creo que es un militar que mira al padrino?”

Chica: “Un poco”.

Chica del sombrero: “¡Hola!”

Militar: “¡Hola! ¿Cómo estás? ¿Cómo les va, chicas?

Niños: “¡Todo está bien!”

Militar: “¿Hacer canastos nuevos? ¿Qué has estado haciendo?”

Chica del sombrero: “Hice una canasta”.

Militar: “Lo hiciste la última vez”.

Chica muestra su cesta.
Militar: “¡Genial! ¡Que belleza! ¿Es para decoración?

Chica del sombrero: “Sí”.

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Militar: “¡Bellamente, chica inteligente!”

Chica: “Rostik y yo estábamos jugando por teléfono”.

Otra niña: “Hubiésemos jugado ese juego en el teléfono, pero queremos irnos a casa, queremos ver el sol”.

Chico: “¡Hola! Vi que estabas aquí y quería decirte algo: todos queremos ir a casa, queremos ir a casa con vida, queremos ver a nuestros padres… ups, no a los padres… ¡parientes, mucho!”.

Chica con sombrero: “Extrañamos mucho a nuestros amigos”.

Militar: “Bueno, aquí hiciste amigos, entonces saldrás y todos serán amigos juntos. ¿Sí?”

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Niños: “¡Sí!”

Militar: “¡Genial!”
Se vuelve hacia la mujer: “¿Qué día has estado aquí?”

– ¡Estoy aquí desde el 5 de marzo!

Anciana: “Dos meses será”.

Militar: “Dos meses”.

Uno de los niños: “Llevamos aquí desde el 2 de marzo”.

Anciana: “No sabemos cuándo volver a casa”.

Militar: “¿Y cuántos días cuentas?”

Mujer: “Mes y medio, hoy es 21 de abril, aquí desde el 5 de marzo”.

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Anciana: “Estamos aquí desde el segundo”.

Militar: “¿Fuiste a trabajar y te quedaste aquí?”

Mujer: “Yo no trabajo aquí. Acabamos de correr aquí después del bombardeo de la casa, contábamos con el corredor verde y ahora estamos atrapados en un refugio antiaéreo”.

Militar: “¿Trabajas?”

Mujer mayor: “No, estoy en mi octava década”.

Militar: “¿Quién trabaja aquí?
A los niños: “Oh, tengan cuidado”.
A la mujer con el niño: “¿Tú tampoco trabajas aquí?”

– Mi marido trabaja aquí.

Militar: “Ah, el esposo y usted también están aquí…”

– Sí, vino toda la familia. Abuela, el abuelo se quedó en casa.

Militar: “¿Desde cuándo?”

– Desde el dos de marzo.

Militar: “¿Estás contando los días?”

– ¡Ya contamos los días! Tenemos muchas ganas de volver a casa, y aparentemente no hay hogar.

Militar: “Bueno, esperemos los pasillos”.

– Esperemos, porque ya nos estamos quedando sin comida.

El militar le dice a otra mujer: “¿Cuántos días llevas aquí?”.

– 50, desde el 27… No, desde el 25.

Militar: “¿Usted trabaja aquí?”

– No, somos parientes. Parecía más seguro para nosotros en el momento en que corrimos aquí, porque hubo bombardeos y nuestras casas ya no eran accesibles y tomamos la decisión de mudarnos aquí. Quedarse aqui. Y desde el 27 estamos aquí permanentemente.

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Estoy aquí en la planta en un refugio antiaéreo de mi Patria desde el 25, ya son dos meses, estamos aquí y pedimos ayuda, porque estamos en el epicentro de los combates y no podemos salir, necesitamos , mi hijo necesita permanecer en áreas tranquilas y todos los niños, tenemos muchos niños aquí y necesitamos la evacuación de la planta de Azovstal y pedir garantías

de seguridad para nuestros niños. Tenemos 15 niños de diferentes edades, desde infantes hasta 14 años. Cada familia se preocupa por la vida y la salud de sus hijos en primer lugar, de sus padres, que están aquí, sin atención médica ni provisión. Están perdiendo la fuerza que necesitan para salir de aquí. Pedimos garantías de seguridad para nuestras familias, que podamos salir libremente y que sea tranquilo. Porque nuestros niños que están aquí, no son un día tan tranquilos que no les disparan y no tienen miedo de ir al baño. Estas son las necesidades de la vida, las necesidades humanas naturales, que simplemente no pueden satisfacer libremente. Nuestros suministros que hemos traído con nosotros ya se están agotando. Estamos a punto de no tener comida pronto, nada para alimentar a nuestros hijos, quienes lo necesitan en primer lugar. Por eso les pido mucho que nos permitan partir hacia el territorio pacífico de Ucrania desde la planta de Azovstal, donde estamos en un refugio antiaéreo.

Otra mujer: “Hoy es 21 de abril de 2022, ya te pedimos hace unos días que nos sacaras. Estamos en la planta de Azovstal, pero nadie quiere oírnos. Por favor, sácanos de aquí. Queremos ver un cielo en paz, queremos respirar aire fresco. ¡Simplemente no puedes imaginar lo que significa para nosotros ahora comer, beber té dulce, ya es felicidad para nosotros!

Niña: “El 27 de febrero salí de casa con mi mamá y mi abuela. Después de eso no vimos el cielo ni el sol. Tengo muchas ganas de salir de aquí, estar a salvo, para que nadie salga herido y viva a salvo. Para salir al territorio de Ucrania, a Lviv, porque solo me fui con mi madre y mi abuela, y me quedan hermanos. Un hermano, estaba en Kharkiv cuando nos fuimos y logró salir a Lviv antes de que empezara… en ese momento Kharkiv ya estaba bombardeado, pero era más o menos normal. Quiero salir para que todo sea seguro, para que no resulte que saldríamos… a nuestro riesgo, iríamos y nos daría la misma metralla en el camino.

Chica del barrio: “Queremos salir de aquí lo antes posible y agradecer a los militares que vienen a traernos comida, agradecerles su apoyo”.

Niño: “Quiero que salgamos de aquí para finalmente ver el sol, porque hemos estado sentados aquí durante dos meses y quiero ver el sol. Porque enciende y apaga las luces aquí. Y cuando construyamos nuestras casas podremos vivir en paz. Es mejor que Ucrania gane, porque Ucrania es nuestro hogar”.

Hombre: “Soy de otro taller en el CRS, nos mudamos aquí el 3 de marzo porque comenzaron a volar proyectiles hacia nuestro taller. Por eso el jefe de la tienda de convertidores nos ofreció su ayuda para pasar a su gerencia, con él estuve aquí, participé, era senior en CRS, por lo que nos gustaría lograr el régimen de silencio, para que pudiéramos salir de la planta. en silencio. Ya llevo 56 días aquí. No hay suficiente comida, no hay suficiente agua, solo quiero salir y ver a mis familiares y seres queridos. Haznos un corredor pacífico para que podamos sacar con seguridad a mujeres, niños y ancianos, porque no duraremos así por mucho tiempo”.

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