The Mariupol city council reports that in the formerly prosperous Ukrainian city of Mariupol, people driven by hunger are queuing for hours for a portion of food. People have no other choice.
"Standing in lines for food has already become a common thing in occupied Mariupol. Life in the city has become a real mockery of people. Mariupol residents are still forced to receive handouts in the form of hot porridge and bread," Mariupol city council.
"Such "advantages of the Russian world" — life in dilapidated houses and constant bullying. In Ukrainian Mariupol, people lived with dignity," MCC.
Moreover, in the nearby villages, the occupiers, for fictitious reasons, are evicting Ukrainians from their homes and settling there themselves. For example, the village of Lisove not far from Mariupol: it is located in the forest away from prying eyes. Therefore, it is convenient for the occupiers and their equipment to settle down there.
"The invaders began to evict residents. Literally on the street with the nationalisation of houses. A formally fictional reason is the lack of confirmation of the right of ownership and identity. Because there are no house books burned in the forestry office in Mariupol," Mariupol mayor advisor Petro Andrushchenko.
Petro Andrushchenko reports that the Russians intensify replacing the local population with Buryats, Uzbeks, and Caucasians.
"Our people have been saying lately that Mariupol is a black city. On Freedom square now every evening "new Mariupol residents" of Caucasian nationality with new national Caucasian melodies. Genuine diasporas are already appearing from the Buryats, Uzbeks, and Caucasians. In everything: from the sight of fast food to music on the street. Ukraine will simply be eradicated by genocide and replacement policies. The number of civilian occupiers continues to grow daily," Petro Andrushchenko.