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“@Elonmusk people say you come from another planet to teach people to believe in the impossible. Our planets are next to each other, as I live where it is nearly impossible to survive,” tweeted Serhiy Volina.
“Help us leave Azovstal in a brokerage country. If not you, then who? Give me a hint,” he wrote.
The navy commander also published his appeal Instagram, saying that addressing the Tesla CEO and founder of SpaceX is a “forced cry of [his] soul.”
Many of them are injured and the unit also called the United Nations and the Red Cross for assistance.
In a statement posted on a Telegram channel entitled “Azov – Mariupol”, they said Tuesday that the wounded lived in unsanitary conditions “with open wounds bandaged with the remains of non-sterile bandages, without the necessary drugs or even food”.
The declaration – accompanied by images – stated that “the entire civilized world must see the conditions in which the injured and paralyzed defenders of Mariupol find themselves and act”.
“We have called for the immediate evacuation of the wounded soldiers in the territories controlled by Ukraine, where they will be assisted and provided with adequate care,” they said.
There are reportedly 1,000 Fighters in Azovstal’s many underground tunnels.
Ukrainian and Russian officials said the last remaining women, children and elderly were evacuated plan earlier in the week, but confusion over whether all civilians had been evacuated after two Ukrainian officials estimated Tuesday that some remained.
The seaside mill is the only part of the port city that was not taken by the Russian forces.
The UN He says that thousands of Ukrainian civilians have been killed in Mariupol since the start of the war, but that the “true scale” of the atrocities has yet to be fully discovered.
Caitlin McFall of Fox News, The Associated Press, and Reuters contributed to this report.