Ukraine commander writes letter to Pope Francis to help save Mariupol

Ukrainian Commander want Pope Francis help the people of Mariupol

UKRAINE COMMANDER WRITES LETTER TO POPE FRANCIS TO HELP SAVE MARIUPOL

Ukraine commander writes letter to Pope Francis to help save Mariupol

In a letter, the Ukraine commander plead with leader of the Catholic faith, Pope Francis as the Ukrainian city is in the brink if collapse. Ukrainians officials say there is nothing left in Mariupol. According to them, Putin plans to wipe out the whole of Mariupol and to liberate the city.

Russian occupiers earlier told the last badge of Ukraine soldiers in Mariupol to surrender but the soldiers refused, saying they’ll fight till the very end.

President

of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine was not ready to give up any of its territory to Russians. Zelensky told news reporters “just as the Russian military in destroying Mariupol, they want to wipe out other cities, other communities of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions”

He earlier warned there would be a third world war ” if negotiations fail with Russia. Read more President Zelensky says there would be a third world war if negotiations fail with Russia

According to Ukraine officials, over 10,000 civilians died in Mariupol: Over 10,000 Ukraine civilians dead in Mariupol – Zelensky. The number according to them doubled days after.

Considering the situation, the Commander of the 36th separate Marine Brigade, Major Serhiy Volyna appealed with Pope Francis to help the people of Mariupol.

“You have probably seen a lot in your life. But it sure that you have never seen what is happening in Mariupol. Its hell on earth” Major Serhiy Volyna appealed.

Pope Francis delivering his Easter message criticized Russia for the invasion of Ukraine, saying its “Easter of war”

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“Our eyes, too are incredulous on this Easter of war. We have seen all too much blood, all too much violence” Pope said.

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