The Ukrainian military intelligence said, on Wednesday, that Russia will not replace the Ukrainian prisoners of war who participated in the defense of the Azovstal plant in Mariupol in the spring, and thus deliberately killed them in the Olenivka camp in the Donbass.
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The Russian side had no intention of exchanging prisoners. HUR said in a statement on Telegram that it deliberately killed the prisoners to conceal the improper conditions of detention and forms of interrogation for Ukrainian soldiers, which could serve as evidence before the court in The Hague.
The interview confirmed that he had established some circumstances of the events in Olinevka. He announced that the interrogation of the prisoners was carried out jointly by separatists of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic, representatives of the Russian mercenary company known as the Wagner Group, and officials of the Federal Security Service of Russia.
“Physical torture and beatings were used during interrogation” HUR declared. He added that mercenaries from the Wagner Group placed flammable materials in the rooms in which the prisoners were held, “which caused the fire to spread rapidly.”
On the night of July 28-29, an explosion occurred in the Olenivka camp, behind which, according to the Ukrainian army, were Russian troops. On the other hand, Moscow tried to accuse Kyiv of the attack. As a result of the explosion, at least 40 Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 130 wounded – Inform the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office.
In early May, it was reported that there were about 3,000 people in the Ołenivka camp. Residents of Mariupol and the vicinity who did not undergo the Russian “nomination” process (detailed control of their relations with the military and power structures of Ukraine) were considered “unwise”.
After the attack on the camp, the ex-commander of the Ukrainian Azov Regiment, Andrei Beliky, reported that the defenders of the Azovstal Metallurgical Plant were in the camp at that time. A few days before the outbreak, these prisoners – according to Bechichi – were moved to a separate building, which was then destroyed. Ukrainian military intelligence accused the Wagner Group of the attack on Olinevka.
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