“Smelly slurry”: even cats don’t eat humanitarian aid for Mariupol residents from invaders (audio)

One of the Russian “volunteers” said that the residents of Mariupol were given terrible rations.

According to the man, even after two months the problem with food will not be solved / photo ua.depositphotos.com
According to the man, even after two months the problem with food will not be solved / photo ua.depositphotos.com

In Mariupol , the invaders create the appearance of humanitarian assistance to residents. Instead of rations with normal canned food, they give people food so disgusting that even cats refuse it.

This is evidenced by an audio recording with a story from a Russian “volunteer”, which was published on his Telegram page by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko.

The so-called “volunteer” described the situation in Mariupol and noted that food prices have risen sharply in the city, and the humanitarian situation remains difficult. According to the man, even after two months the problem with food will not be solved. 

“There are a lot of old people who, even if they somehow crawled, issued this pension of 7 thousand rubles … But believe me, there are now some prices there and the humanitarian situation is still quite complicated,” the man admitted.

In addition, the occupiers give the citizens of Mariupol such bad humanitarian aid that even cats do not eat canned food from such rations. Russia is trying to create a “picture” for propaganda by giving people rations.

“And what is given, there are rations from United Russia, there are some more … It’s impossible to eat them … All people say that there are just so disgusting canned food that even cats don’t eat them. That is, you open it, but there is some kind of stinky goo and so on and so forth, there are still a lot of such moments,” the “volunteer” said. 

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(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Even the cockroaches themselves were given rations that were expired for many years, I can only imagine what sort of garbage the Ukrainians get from the mafiosi.

  2. I’d wonder if the Russians’ canning systems are so bad that they’d allow bacteria to grow inside, or if maybe they’d deliberately put in a slow-acting poison.

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