The Azov Battallion surrounded by the Russian Army in Mariupol, Ukraine, offered to exchange the civilians there for food and medicines, a representative of the headquarters of the operation to liberate the enterprise told media outlets.
"The indicated terms of the deal are fifteen hostages for a ton of food, as well as medicines. They warned that they would not let anyone else go to Ukraine - now they will only exchange them," the agency interlocutor said.
(COMMENT: Congratulations to them, they officially declared themselves as terrorists. Holding hostages in exchange for food or anything else, makes them terrorists and criminals.
Nothing good awaits them if they get out alive. There is no statute of limitations or moratorium on the death penalty.)