“There is no logic”: why in Mariupol the Russians are demolishing the surviving houses where people live
In temporarily occupied Mariupol, Russian invaders are demolishing houses that survived their shelling. And the people living there are simply driven out into the street.
About this Channel 24said adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko. According to him, instead of preparing housing for people for the winter, the invaders are demolishing houses.
Why the invaders are demolishing the surviving houses in Mariupol
Andryushchenko believes that, most likely, distribution is taking place. After all, the houses that survived in Mariupol are being demolished by Russian contractors, they financed it.
That is, they simply master the budget in order to report, – said the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.
< p>According to him, winter is coming and all construction work will be stopped. Therefore, Russian contractors grab everything they have.
This is from a series of questions why they change batteries, heating radiators in houses that are generally completely broken. Because. There is no logic in this, – Andryushchenko emphasized.
He noted that this is done when it is necessary to prepare some kind of housing for the mass resettlement of people for the winter, so that it is heated.
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People were kicked out of the house and began to demolish it
Andryushchenko said that the occupiers began demolishing a house located on Bohdan Khmelnitsky Boulevard without prior notice to its residents.
Contractors just drove there along with the military. People lived there. They were simply kicked out into the street, saying goodbye, and they began to demolish the house, he said.
That is, the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol added, everything happened literally at once. That is, no one is foaming with anyone at all.
By the way! Preparations for a pseudo-referendum on the entry of the occupied territories into Russia failed in Mariupol. There is a small turnout at all “polling stations” in the city.
The situation in occupied Mariupol: what is known
- The humanitarian situation in temporarily occupied Mariupol is critical. People have to queue for bread because they can't afford to buy it. There is no money, the usual work and the promised exorbitant payments.
- Since the beginning of a full-scale war, the Russians have been taking children out of the occupied territories. In Mariupol alone, the occupiers abducted at least half a thousand underage Ukrainians.
- Adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko, believes that a new provocation is being prepared in the temporarily occupied Mariupol. This provocation is planned with victims.