Mariupol is still under temporary occupation. The Russian invaders have recently changed their “watchman” in the city.
As it turned out, Mariupol is now “headed” by a former police officer. He was sentenced to 11 years.
The occupiers have changed the “watchman” in Mariupol
As reported by the City Council, Mariupol residents are appointed heads of the city one by one, without asking the opinion of the residents. Pushilin issued an order appointing Oleg Morgun as the so-called “mayor” of Mariupol.
As it became known, Morgun is a former acting. head of the Mariupol department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Donetsk region. In 2014, he was sentenced to 11 years in prison for participating in a pseudo-republic terrorist organization. As a result, he fled to the occupied territory.
The “Mayor” of Mariupol Oleg Morgun/City Council photo
In Mariupol want to increase mobilization
The appointment of Morgun indicates that the city wants to increase mobilization.
Ivashchenko, according to preliminary data, was hospitalized. They decided to remove it, because they were actively laundering money, giving the green light to looting. It was he and his henchmen who did the “tip” for shelling during the attack on Mariupol. It is because of them that people were left without communication, water, all food headquarters and part of the buses intended for the evacuation of residents were shot, the city council said.
What is happening in Mariupol: latest news
- More than 30,000 Russians are currently in the temporarily occupied Mariupol. The invaders are preparing defensive lines near the city.
- On January 7, a Russian plane was seen near Mariupol, which, according to preliminary information, was flying towards Rostov-on-Don. However, it did not fly, because it flared up right in the sky and went down in loops.
- In Mariupol, the invaders boast that they are allegedly repairing residential buildings. We are talking about the restoration of those buildings that the Russians did not have time to destroy to the ground.
- According to the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko, for the so-called “restoration” of houses, the occupiers brought Russians belonging to a separate marginal stratum. They don't know much about repairs.