Explosion in Mariupol causes Russians to open fire out of fear – mayor’s advisor

29 July, 03:42 PM
Mariupol under occupation (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko)

Mariupol under occupation (Photo:REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko)

An explosion rang out in the temporarily occupied city of Mariupol ​​on the evening of July 28, and out of fear Russian invasion troops opened fire with machine guns, mayor's advisor Petro Andryushchenko has written on Telegram.

He said that a Ukrainian resistance group called Nemesis had been responsible for the blast.

"Mariupol. 9:56 p.m. A whistle and an explosion," the message reads.

“Machine guns are shot in the 23rd micro-district – out of fear. What's up, (Zcum). Do you still think you're in the deep rear? Greetings from Nemesis.”

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Andryushchenko also said that the local hospital has run out of blood for transfusions.

“Retribution is not just around the corner. Retribution is marching on," Andryushchenko wrote.

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