Russia has bombed Mariupol, which is now on the verge of an epidemic and environmental disaster. Not only civilians but also the Russian military are at risk, which is why the invaders’ authorities decided to quarantine Mariupol.
It was stated by adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol Petro Andryushchenko on the Rada channel.
At the same time, the Russians are deploying infectious disease units in Rostov-on-Don, where they are preparing to receive their troops.
Reporting began that Russia has prepared separate infectious disease departments in Rostov-on-Don, where they are preparing to treat their own troops, Andryushchenko said.
These are occupiers who may be ill due to the epidemic in Mariupol. Andryushchenko said that cholera was discussed not only inside Mariupol and among circles of invaders’ authorities, but also Kremlin curators.
Vadim Boychenko's adviser said Russia had chosen the most cynical option to fight the epidemic by blocking people in Mariupol. The occupiers decided to leave everything as it is, and "whoever survives, survives."
According to Andryushchenko, the humanitarian situation in Mariupol is only getting worse. People had problems with drinking water and food. He noted that the occupiers’ authorities are cutting humanitarian aid. In particular, from July 1, the occupiers will provide humanitarian aid only to pensioners and those who cannot work.