At least 22,000 inhabitants of Mariupol have previously been killed because of Russian hostility.
Petro Andriushchenko, a consultant to the city chairman, told this to CNN.
“Mariupol is presently a city of phantoms,” he said.
Andriushchenko added that the figure of 22,000 depends on the many contacts he and other municipal center authorities keep on having with authorities caught inside. However, he accepts the real figure could be a lot higher.
The city chairman’s guide likewise said that the most common way of reburying the dead has been convoluted by Russian authority demand that recovered bodies be brought to a funeral home and that an individual guaranteeing a body should consent to keep a video in which the candidate says the departed was killed by the Ukrainian military.
In light of the data assembled from his organization of sources, Mariupol has been tossed back to the Middle Ages, Andriushchenko said.