The invaders lie about "improving life" in Mariupol.
Only 5% of the population living in Mariupol have access to drinking water. This was announced in his Telegram channel by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko.
According to him, water remains inaccessible to the majority of Mariupol residents, "even of low quality."
Andryushchenko noted that the occupiers claim to have connected 502 houses to the water supply, including private ones. At the same time, he stressed that (relatively) 36,912 housing units where people live survived in Mariupol.
As a result, only 1.35% of houses and, accordingly, up to 5% of the population that lives in the city now have access to water supply. Dry figures, which once again prove that the problem of drinking (and any) water remains the number one problem for Mariupol residents. No matter how bravado the occupiers pour and joyfully report on "improving life," writes Andryushchenko.
Recall that since July 1, the occupiers of Mariupol have been providing humanitarian assistance only to those who are unable to work. Everyone else is offered a job clearing rubble in the streets and burying bodies in mass graves.