Cynically walked around the ruins of the city: in Russia they say that Putin arrived in Mariupol
Vladimir Putin could arrive in Mariupol. At least according to the Russian media. According to them, he flew to the city by helicopter on a working visit.
According to available information, the dictator from the Kremlin first flew to Mariupol by helicopter. After that, Vladimir Putin, driving a car, independently traveled around several districts of the city destroyed on his orders. At least that's what they say in the Kremlin, Channel 24 reports.
Looked at the city he had destroyed
During his visit to Mariupol, Putin was accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin. He reported to the dictator on how the construction and restoration of microdistricts, social and educational facilities, as well as medical institutions was progressing. These intentions sound especially cynical if one remembers that it was the Kremlin dictator who gave orders to turn peaceful Mariupol into ruins.
Of course, it was not without demonstrative communication with the townspeople. The Kremlin reports that Putin allegedly had the opportunity to talk with the residents of Mariupol in the Nevsky microdistrict. He is also known to have surveyed the city's coastline.
Worth attention! About 90,000 people died at the hands of the Russian military in Mariupol. The city has turned into a ruin and those who have such an opportunity continue to leave it.
Interestingly, the propagandists did not post a single photo from Putin's visit online . Moreover, the news about his trip to Mariupol in the Russian media appeared on the morning of March 19th. And literally in a matter of minutes it became known that the dictator held a meeting at the command post in Rostov-on-Don.
This is more suggestive that the President of Russia did not fly to the city he destroyed. If he flew in (he or his double), then this was reported later, because he was afraid to be liquidated. But we assume that the first version is more like the truth.
The day before Putin was in Crimea
- March 18 was the ninth anniversary of the so-called “referendum” in Crimea. Therefore, the bunker grandfather himself decided to come to the peninsula.
- Military expert Roman Svitan noted that Putin could not have arrived in Sevastopol. According to the colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the dictator allegedly limped. He believes that a person who seeks to hide his real gait begins to limp in order not to be exposed.
- A public and political figure from the United States, Yuri Rashkin, suggested Putin's visit to Crimea. In his opinion, the Russians are going to surrender the peninsula.