According to the data from Mariupol City Council on September 15, 2022, Ukrainians in Russian-occupied Mariupol (east of Ukraine) still don’t have water and electricity supply. Discontent is growing in the city because Russian soldiers do not hurry to fulfil their promises. The first protests are already starting.
Source: The Mariupol City Council
People, dissatisfied with the inaction of the Russian “authorities” are protesting in occupied Mariupol.
In particular, residents of several buildings on Peremoha Avenue have been surviving without water and electricity for the third month. The Russian “administration” does not give any answers about the reasons.
Russian utility services refuse to repair the rush on the street and the broken substation.
“People survive. The administration [Russian – ed.] does not give any answers about the reasons. This is what “care” looks like on the part of the Russian army,” the Mariupol City Council reported.
Residents of other districts are also outraged by the lack of basic living conditions.