Putin plans “parade of POWs” in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol

The Kremlin pokes fun at the Geneva Convention with regard to POWs.
For the Soviet V-day of May 9, Putin plans his 2nd “parade of POWs” in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol viewed by the Russians as a bounty.

The 1st “parade of POWs” took place in Donetsk in 2014 when 50 Ukrainian soldiers were sent through the city streets while security services in plain cloth were throwing garbage at them. The POWs were given laxatives, and street-washing trucks followed them on camera
Russians don’t have enough POWs for the march and so they plan to add civilians forcibly dressed in the Ukrainian uniforms to the POW crowd.

Source: Office of the President of Ukraine.

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