Russians deprived Ukrainians of their rights to real estate in Mariupol, – Advisor to the mayor of Mariupol 

Petro Andriushchenko, an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, has reported that the Russian occupiers have deprived Ukrainian citizens of their property rights in the city.

Source: Advisor to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andriushchenko

“As of today, all citizens of Ukraine are deprived of their ownership rights to property in Mariupol under a ruling by the occupation authorities. Unless they registered them with the ‘banana’ authorities of the banana republic. In fact, in a few days, ‘nationalization’ of the remaining property will take place, and resettlement will proceed according to warrants.”

The mayor’s adviser warned Mariupol residents who move into other people’s apartments: “If you have already moved in, take care of other people’s property, otherwise you will be held liable in accordance with the law.”

Andriushchenko called the Russian invaders’ decision “totally illegal”.

Earlier, Russians launched a new wave of covert mobilization, offering people jobs as fire inspectors in Mariupol.

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