Russian invaders have been blocking Mariupol residents’ access to clean drinking water in the required quantity for more than two months.
In occupied Mariupol , residents receive 5 liters of drinking water per week.
It is reported by the Mariupol City Council.
To get to the recruitment points, residents are forced to queue from the very morning.
The city council notes that drinking water remains one of the most acute problems in the occupied city. To survive, people collect water in puddles and sewer wells. But such water is dangerous, because spontaneous burials and garbage are located throughout the city.
“For more than two months, the occupiers have been blocking Mariupol residents’ access to clean drinking water in the required quantity. People are forced to stand in line or look for quality alternatives. At the same time, no one checks the quality of the water that is available. The invaders in the center of Europe made it so that has become real gold,” said the Mayor of Mariupol, Vadym Boychenko.