Russian invaders arrange “hunger games” for residents of Mariupol

Mariupol residents are forced to really fight for humanitarian aid due to the lack of another source of food, said Petro Andriushchenko, adviser to the mayor of the city.

“Get in line first. Wait two or three days ahead. But a queue is not a guarantee. On the day of the “queue”, one must run among the first 300 lucky people already in the live queue. Then they keep people warm like an animal in a squad. Without water and the ability to collect it. Then, if one’s lucky, one will get something of very poor quality, which also will quickly deteriorate without refrigeration. A day or two, and one will again have to run through the hell of humanitarian aid. Rage. Just rage,” Andriushchenko said.

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