Direct road to the cemetery: the city hall named the two biggest problems in Mariupol


Direct road to the cemetery: the city hall named the two biggest problems in Mariupol

In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, a difficult humanitarian situation is developing, worsening every day. Many are forced to literally survive due to lack of money.

Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko told Channel 24 about this. According to him, life in the Russian-occupied city is slipping back to the state it was in April last year.

How occupied Mariupol lives now

Andriushchenko said that life in occupied Mariupol is deteriorating , despite the approaching heat. There are, in particular, big problems with heating even where it was finally given, because it sometimes works and sometimes it doesn't. Everything else has problems too.

But perhaps the biggest problem is the reduction in funding for Russians in the occupied territories and, in fact, Mariupol, – said the adviser to the mayor of the city.

That is, he explained, the conditional state employees working in Mariupol have not received wages for the second month. They are told that money should not be expected before April.

Andryushchenko called the two biggest problems in Mariupol: watch the video

Mariupol residents are forced to survive

He noted that the same situation is with those who work for Russian construction contractors. There are also layoffs, non-payment of wages.

Therefore, people have a question how to survive these 2 months, – Andryushchenko emphasized.

Indeed, according to him, on the one hand, they seem to work and should receive money for this, and on the other hand, there is not even humanitarian assistance for these segments of the population – it is provided only for pensioners and families with children under 3 years old.

An adviser to the mayor of Mariupol added that life is slipping back to the state it was in April last year. Therefore, people are forced to invent something for lack of money, because food supplies are declining, and prices in stores are rising.

What is the second problem in Mariupol

Andryushchenko said that an equally terrible problem in Mariupol is the COVID-19 epidemic, which has returned to the occupied city.

After all, he noted, there is nowhere for the sick to be treated, and the invaders took the equipment necessary for this to Russia. Therefore, if a person has a severe case of COVID-19, this is actually the road to the cemetery .

More about the situation in Mariupol: briefly

  • The Russians began to transfer a large amount of equipment across the Donetsk-Mariupol highway. They have been accumulating both manpower and military equipment in Mariupol for some time now.
  • The temporarily occupied Mariupol has become a kind of military hub for the Russians. Now the military motivation of the enemy is falling there, but Kadyrov's people will try to support it.
  • At the same time, the Russians continue to filter the population in Mariupol. The main torture facility for Ukrainians is located in the premises of the former central police department. After being tortured, Mariupol residents are taken to prisons in the Donetsk region.

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