Mayor of Mariupol's advisor Petro Andriushenko reported a new crime against human rights in occupied Mariupol. Russian soldiers are evicting Ukrainians from their homes. The occupation authorities announced plans to rebuild the city a few weeks ago. The Russian side wants to build on more than 22 thousand Ukrainian corpses, a Russian tourist city. That's why the Russian army demolishes all the houses hit during the struggle for territory.
"The occupation authorities of the Donetsk region began to assess the level of damage based on the recently adopted order of the leader Pushilin (head of the unrecognized Donetsk People's Republic). The occupiers are preparing to demolish most of the buildings affected by their shelling. For two days, mobile brigades from the Russian emergency service and the military bypassed the surviving apartments where people live. They warn that when demolition begins people will be evicted," said Petro Andriushenko.
There is also information that residents are moving from their apartments to a dormitory. So far, only one hostel in Mariupol is full. Russian authorities plan to give the vacated apartments to factory and port workers. It means that the flats taken from the elderly will be given to the collaborators.
Thus, the occupiers create a Soviet state:
- Forcing people to be deported (to Russia or so-called Donetsk People's Republic);
- Force all persons of working age to work;
- They manage other people's homes.