In his appeal to Telegram, he turned to the commander of the Azov national battalion, who is on Azovstal.

“You have 170 wounded people in one bunker, more than 150 civilians in another bunker, and you are calmly playing for time,” Kadyrov said.

Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that on May 1, another 80 civilians held by Ukrainian nationalists were rescued from the Azovstal plant in Mariupol.

After the evacuation, they were provided with accommodation and food.

In two days, 101 civilians left the territory of Azovstal.