“Census” and burial for 10 thousand: how people live in Mariupol


"Census" and burial for 10 thousand: how people live in Mariupol

People in Mariupol/dw.com

Occupiers in Mariupol continue to impress with their cynicism. They are still doing a “census”. They also offer burial services for 10,000 hryvnias.

So far, local residents are prohibited from leaving the city. This was reported by the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine on June 23.

How the population census continues in Mariupol

The occupiers are conducting a “population census” in Mariupol and offer burial services for 10,000 hryvnia, the report says.

During the “population census” procedure, people are required to provide identification documents. They must also leave their fingerprints.

There are now several film crews of propaganda TV channels working in the city, creating false stories. They have the task of demonstrating the “establishment of a peaceful life.”

Private teams from Russia also work in the city. The price of their “services” is 10,000 hryvnias per body.

Prices for everything are increasing

Prices for goods and services in Kyiv are growing strongly. Although most of the population does not have any income.

For example, the cost of a one and a half liter bottle of water is about 100 hryvnia. The cost of meat is also cosmic. In particular, pork costs 600 hryvnias.

Kafirs evict Mariupol residents and demolish their houses

Russian kafirs drive Mariupol residents out into the street. They inform the locals that their houses are about to be demolished. People have to take things out in a day. That this is virtually impossible, the invaders do not care. Russians warn about this on paper announcements.

At the same time, Russian militants began to build “modular houses” for Mariupol residents who had lost their homes. They are located next to the line of occupational defense.

It is clear that living there is very unsafe. Thus, the invaders are again trying to hide behind the civilian population, fearing a Ukrainian attack.

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