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Ukraine War: Red face, high BP, shortness of breath… Ukraine claims – Russia showers mysterious poison on Mariupol, public suffering

Kyiv : Ukrainian military officials are currently verifying information about the use of chemical weapons by Russian forces in Mariupol. “We are verifying this information and trying to understand what it was,” Ukraine’s deputy defense minister Hannah Malier said during a national joint newscast. According to preliminary information, we can say that it is possible that this phosphorus may have been munitions.

He said that the official information would be finalized later. According to Ukrainska Pravda, Malier stressed that the risk of Russia deploying chemical weapons remains. On the evening of April 11 it was reported that Russian troops dropped a poisonous substance of unknown origin on Mariupol. The report said that according to Andrey Biletsky, leader of the Azov regiment, the Russian Federation military has deployed chemical weapons at the Azovstal plant, which is owned by Azov fighters.

Victims claim to see smoke
The Azov Regiment has claimed that the victims of a poisonous substance of unknown origin spilled by the Russian military in Mariupol are in relatively satisfactory condition. Civilian contact with the substance was minimal, as the epicenter of the earthquake was at a certain distance from civilian areas and servicemen were somewhat closer from there. In a video released by the Azov Regiment, victims described seeing something like smoke or fog.

What were the main symptoms of the victims?
Ukrainska Pravda reported that the main symptoms of victims included flushing of the face, high blood pressure, dryness and irritation in the nasopharynx and mucous membranes of the eyes, tachycardia, tinnitus, shortness of breath and dizziness. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned on Monday that Russia could use chemical weapons against Ukraine. He called on Western countries to impose more stringent sanctions to prevent this possible attack.


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