Russian occupiers starve men in Mariupol and force them to work

The Russian military in Mariupol does not give food to men until they are involved in work, including dismantling debris, arranging mass graves, etc.

Source: Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko

“The humanitarian situation remains difficult. Despite a lot of propaganda about the availability of food and water, there is a catastrophic shortage of food. Moreover, the occupiers use the shameful practice of providing food for men only if they are involved in the work.”

“Therefore, men are forced to take part in the clearing away of rubble, the arrangement of mass graves so as not to die of starvation. No excesses.”

According to Andryushchenko, medical care is not available in the city.


See also: The UK Prime Minister and the UN Secretary-General discussed providing assistance to Mariupol


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