In Mariupol, the Russians leave the corpses of people in the places where they find them, and report their whereabouts by “advertisements” written on cards and on the stairs of destroyed buildings. Local Ukrainian media reported such cases.
Staff of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations (MChS) leave in dilapidated apartment buildings in Mariupol “Advertising” about civilian remains were found there – UNIAN announced on Tuesday on the local Mariupol portal 0629.com.ua.
“The (human) skulls are still in the kitchen. Fifth floor, left wing facing the stairs” – one reads, handwritten on a piece of paper left by MCzS officers in the staircase in an apartment complex on Słoneczna Street in Mariupol. A schematic diagram of the apartment with the exact location of the object is attached to the notification.
A catastrophic situation in a devastated city
MCzS found the body, drew a graph, and went to celebrate the day Russia” [rosyjskie święto państwowe obchodzone 12 czerwca – przyp. red.]. Human skulls remained in the (destroyed) house. (…) Not all of them are buried yet, but Russia celebrates its anniversary. On the bones in the literal sense of the word. (…) Terrifying. Tragedy without borders ”- commented the journalists of the local site, who also published a photo of the staircase of the destroyed building.
The humanitarian situation in Mariupol in the southeast occupied by the Russian forces Ukraine Catastrophic – the humanitarian aid provided by the self-proclaimed authorities (supply of food, water and hygiene products) is sufficient for only a small number of people, and the risk of outbreaks of infectious diseases, including cholera, remains.
On June 3, the Ukrainian mayor of Mariupol, Vadim Boychenko, expressed his assumption that the estimated number of 22,000 residents of the city killed by Russian forces so far may be significantly underestimated.
Main image source: 0629.com.ua
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