Petro Andryushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, called the scary figure — 3%. Only 3% of people in a previously developed city have access to water. When you read this article, people are dying of thirst in Mariupol. They have no way to escape the city because the city is closed due to a cholera outbreak.
"Lack of water is currently the main problem of Mariupol. Residents of Mariupol are forced to cover kilometers to reach water collection points. At the same time, it is not a fact that you will be lucky to get it because the queues are quite long. Water is a luxury available only to no more than 3% of Mariupol residents. Water is collected everywhere, including sewage wells, where water appeared after experiments with water supply," Petro Andryushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko.
We remind you that there is no water and electricity in Mariupol due to the destroyed infrastructure and communications. Corpses of murdered Ukrainians are rotting in the streets (21st century!), unsanitary conditions and infections. The first outbreaks of cholera began.