About 25 people die in the Russian-occupied Mariupol every day.
Source: Advisor to the Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko
The places of mass burials in the village of Staryi Krym near Mariupol have doubled compared to the beginning of May.
“The places of mass burials in the village of Staryi Krym near Mariupol have doubled in two months. Including due to exhumation and the increase in mortality. In fact, mortality from natural causes has increased four times compared to the pre-war period. An average of 25 people die every day. This is about 1,800 people only for May-June. And there is an upward trend in dynamics.”
These are satellite images from Planet Labs for June 24 and May 8. They can be used to compare the scale of burials.
Andryushchenko added that according to the analysis of four mass burials, it was officially stated that at least 20,000 people have already been buried in mass graves. He explains the increase in the number of burials by the fact that the occupiers began to dismantle the rubble of multi-story buildings that were damaged and destroyed by the Russian army.