He stole by the crowds, avoiding eye contact with the soldiers, and walked up Zaporizhzhia Road.
I was dirty and covered from dust, as my house had been filled with a fog of smoke.
I walked out of the city by this motorway and at the top I turned around.
I looked back down at the city and I said to myself, it was the right decision.
Destruction in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol under the control of Russian military and pro-Russian separatists, 29 April.
Then he returned and took his dog, who walked on the beam above, with Pedin holding the lead.
“The lady asked, ‘where have you come from?’ I said, ‘I have come from Mariupol.’ She screamed: ‘Mariupol!’” Pedin recalls with a smile. »