No one goes there: what the drama theater in Mariupol burned by the occupiers looks like

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No one enters there: how the drama theater in Mariupol burned out by invaders looks like

What the drama theater in Mariupol destroyed by infidels looks like/Collage of Channel 24

< strong _ngcontent-sc88="">Russian invaders cynically destroyed the drama theater in Mariupol back in mid-March. The building is seriously damaged from the inside.

Advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko, released a video from the destroyed drama theater. It hurts to look at this: the building suffered significant damage, but some of the ceilings withstood the blow of infidels.

Mariupol residents do not go inside the theater

Apparently, Russian infidels brought generators near the Mariupol Drama Theatre. So people can charge their phones. But inside, despite the heat, the locals do not go. Probably afraid the building will fall apart.

Drama theater right now. Even in the heat, Mariupol residents do not go to hide from the sun. The cynical Russians continue to attack people forced to charge the phone from generators with propaganda. There is no other place in the world that can reflect all the inhumanity of Russians at the same time. Day after day,” said Petr Andryushchenko.

What the ruined Mariupol Drama Theater looks like: watch the video

Recall that Russian infidels carried out an airstrike on the Mariupol Drama Theater on March 16. Then in the shelter there were, according to various sources, from 500 to 1200 people. No one still knows how many of them died.

Already by that time, Mariupol had been surrounded for about two weeks. Russian infidels now control the city and hide the number of victims. They dismantled all the rubble from the building of the drama theater, and buried the dead in mass graves.

“The dead are buried under nameless numbers in a mass grave in Mangush. If there is a greater war crime against humanity in the 21st century, then I don't know what Fury. Just fury,” noted Pyotr Andryushchenko.

Responsible for the siege and destruction of Mariupol is Mikhail Mizintsev, a Russian colonel-general and head of Russia's national defense control center. It is he who is called the “Mariupol Butcher”.

He gave orders to destroy the city. In particular, he is also responsible for thousands of civilians who died during the assault on Mariupol, carried out by the Russian invaders. The European Union recently imposed sanctions against Mizintsev and 64 others.

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