In Mariupol, the Russian invaders are trying to run a seaport for their military and logistics needs.

About this in Telegram Advisor to the Mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko said, Ukrinform reports.

“An attempt is underway to launch the port for military and logistics needs. Yesterday they began to clear and free the railway track from damaged wagons. The track will be needed for the rapid movement of trains from the port to Volnovakha, as well as for the stable communication of the repair base in MMK im. Ilyich with the port,” wrote Andryushchenko.

Meanwhile, according to him, the Mariupol Iron and Steel Works named after. The invaders adapted Ilyich to store stolen luxury cars. On the territory of the plant they will be dismantled and exported to Russia.

In addition, Andryushchenko noted, part of the MMK workshops was adapted for a construction waste dump after the rubble was cleared. This is where the actual sorting takes place, separating scrap metal from other waste.

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“Even in the broken housing of Mariupol residents, the occupiers find a way to earn money,” commented the adviser to the mayor.

As reported, Russian aggression caused one of the greatest humanitarian disasters in Mariupol. The city is almost completely destroyed as a result of enemy shelling.

Mariupol without a normal supply of electricity, water, gas. Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, about 22,000 civilians have died in the city. More than 50 thousand were deported to Russia and to the temporarily occupied territories of the Donetsk region.

Mariupol is threatened by an ecological catastrophe and an outbreak of infectious diseases.

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