Ukraine's Azov regiment, whose fighters continue their steadfast defense of Mariupol, released a video of some of their soldiers suffering from the symptoms of an alleged Russian chemical attack on April 12.
Despite the suffocating influence of an unknown chemical agent, the soldiers have all now recovered, according to the video.
Three service members and an elderly woman displayed the following symptoms following the attack: facial hypothermia, high blood pressure, irritated mouth and eyes.
“Civilians had only a limited exposure to the (chemical) agents, since the epicenter was somewhat removed from where people are sheltering, while service members were closer,” the video said.
“In a bid to conceal their crimes, the Russians are continuously shelling the area, preventing a thorough examination.”