Ex-CIA director: ‘Staggering’ cost to Russia in Mariupol

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The commander of the Azov Regiment issued a video message from inside Mariupol’s Azovstal steel plant saying that the top military leadership had “issued an order to preserve the garrison soldiers’ life and health and stop defending the city.” Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.) discusses the cost of the battle for Mariupol with CNN’s Kate Bolduan. #CNN #News

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