Deadlock in the Donbas: , crossed ourselves, and bid our lives farewell’ Three Azovstal steel plant workers tell the story of their escape

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The Azovstal steel plant remains the sole point of resistance against the Russian invaders in Mariupol. Though fighting has been ongoing outside of the plant for almost two months, none of the civilians hiding inside were evacuated until April 30. Azovstal workers Ilya and Pavlo (names changed) were some of the first civilians to escape the plant; they're now safe in Zaporozhye. They spoke to Meduza along with Azovstal HR director Ivan Goltvenko, who left the city on March 9 and has been helping others escape ever since. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/05/13/we-comforted-the-kids-crossed-ourselves-and-bid-our-lives-farewell

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