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Putin said he “felt the mood of the people” in Mariupol

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Ukrainian intelligence has no evidence of Putin’s presence in Mariupol.

Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about his trip to occupied Mariupol on March 19, RBC reports.

“It is time to see, go and see, using the example of Mariupol, how the restoration is happening, what needs to be done in addition, what is a priority … It is important to feel the will of the people,” said dictator of Russia.

Putin said he allegedly visited “residential areas, educational facilities, including a university, a clinic of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA), the Philharmonic Hall and a park with a monument to heroes of the Great Patriotic War” at night.

He also talked about contacting the residents of the city, he said that at first he thought they were workers, he wanted to know from them how the construction was going. Then, according to Putin, it turned out that they were residents of Mariupol, and they themselves invited him to look at their apartments.

Recall that during Putin’s visit to occupied Mariupol and his conversation with alleged local residents, someone exclaimed: “It’s all untrue. It’s all for show.” Ukrainian intelligence has no evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the temporarily occupied city.

Source: korrespondent

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