The other war of the Ukrainian mothers "We are not like the Russians; they would never take up arms to fight"
, deputy chief of the Azov Regiment - besieged in
since the start of the
war in Ukraine
- also known as
, has posted an 18-second video to say that he and other commanders were still at
"A certain operation is being carried out, the details of which I will not reveal. Thanks to everyone and thanks to
for its support", said Palamar, who with this video -of which no details are known about its recording-, but in the one who denies having surrendered to
Deputy Commander of Ukraine's Azov Regiment denies surrendering to Russia
Sviatoslav Palamar, deputy chief of the Azov Regiment, also known as Kalina, posted
an 18-second video on Thursday to say that he and other commanders were still at Mariupol's Azovstal steelworks
"A certain operation is being carried out, the details of which I will not reveal. Thanks to everyone and thanks to Ukraine for (its) support," said Palamar, who with this video - of which no details about its recording are known - denies have given up
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Azovstal counts the hours before falling into the hands of the Russian Army
, a symbol of the Ukrainian resistance to the Russian military campaign, counts the hours before falling completely into the hands of the enemy Army, which continues to bombard the plant to force the last fighters to surrender after the departure of another 771 fighters from the plant.
This situation occurs at the same time as the approval, by the United States Senate, of a large package of 40,000 million dollars in military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine to face the war unleashed by the Russian invasion of its territory.
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