21 power engineers killed in Mariupol due to explosions of mines and bombs

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21 power engineers died in Mariupol during the war, blown up by mines and ammunition
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Mariupol City Hall reported that Russian weapons still continue to kill people.



At least half of the dead power engineers were residents of Mariupol. Advisor to the Mariupol mayor Petr Andryushchenko announced this in Telegram.

During the period of occupation, due to the failure to carry out demining, 21 power engineers died as a result of explosions on Russian shells, mines and bombs. Of these, at least half are residents of Mariupol. Russian weapons and the real attitude towards Ukrainians continue to kill in Mariupol, - Piotr Andryushchenko said.

Andryushchenko also spoke about the situation with the housing stock in Mariupol.

At a closed meeting in the occupation administration, the civilian occupiers reported that they managed to complete no more than 30 percent of the planned repairs of apartment buildings before the onset of cold weather. There are no plans to start building houses in the private sector this year, Andryushchenko said.

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