Mariupol’s defenders talk about how the Marine Corps commander escaped from the city

Romantic Petrenko — — Sunday, May 8, 2022, 3:09 pm

Intelligence officer Ilia Samoilenko said Vorodimir Baranuk, commander of the 36th Brigade of the Ukrainian Marine Corps, decided to flee the surrounded city of Mariupol with people, tanks and ammunition.

Source: Samoilenko briefing Made by Azovstal

Samoilenko’s words: Run away like a coward, think only about your life, not your obligations, your vows. This is exactly what happened to the commander of the Marine Corps of the 36th Brigade. He simply refused to carry out the orders given to him.

And he tried to escape the city with a small group of work tanks, armored fighting vehicles, [and] ammunition…

… it’s impossible to break through here (Mariupol’s edition), but if you think about your own life alone, you’ll have every opportunity to extend this life.

It is very disappointing. “

detail: Samoilenko pointed out that the Azov Battalion is more than 100 kilometers away from its original position.

Dennis Prokopenko, commander of the Azov Battalion, also talked about this in an interview with Ukrainian Pravda.

Proco Penco Quotations: “Then, surprisingly [​​Volodymyr Baraniuk]The commander of the 36th Brigade decided to open a breakthrough in an unknown direction without warning anyone, thereby losing many people. Also, many were left to their destiny, and they were simply captured.

If this hadn’t happened, this brigade would have allowed us to maintain the defense of the right bank for a long time, but after the sides were exposed and the Illich factory was cleared, the enemy threw them all. Forces in our direction-this allowed them to attack us from the sides and behind. “

reminder: Russian media (RosSMI) has already shown Baranuk In captivity.

For more information, please also read below. “Azov” Commander Dennis Prokopenco (Redis): Doing everything possible and impossible to distract the enemy’s superior forces