During the battles for Mariupol, Ukrainian defenders destroyed more than 6 thousand invaders

According to the adviser to the city chairman, the dead occupiers and their agents are taken to the premises of the Azovsky market in Mariupol.

There were heavy battles for Mariupol \ photo Azov
There were heavy battles for Mariupol \ photo Azov

During the battles for Mariupol , the Ukrainian military destroyed more than 6 thousand Russian invaders.

This was announced  by the adviser to the city chairman of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko.

Given the number of new morgues in Mariupol, it became possible to calculate how many occupiers died in the battles in the city.

According to the adviser to the city chairman, the dead occupiers and their agents are taken to the premises of the Azov market. There, the Russians are “stacked” in refrigerators to store meat.

“About 4,000 bodies of Russians were brought in in May-June. The corpses of Russian soldiers from the offensive side of the Zaporozhye region, which were collected on the battlefield. They are taken out daily in small batches of 30-50 bodies towards Novoazovsk and Russia,” Andryushchenko said.

At the same time, he noted that the dead Russians from the offensive line of Novoazovsk were not buried – they were immediately burned in mobile crematoria.

“Given the information received about the Russian morgue and the number of corpses of the invaders (about 4 thousand) from only one of the three directions of the attack on Mariupol, we have one more confirmation that the Heroic Garrison of Mariupol destroyed at least 6.5 thousand manpower of the invaders,” Andryushchenko said.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on July 14 it became known that in the  occupied Mariupol  the Satellit plant and the landfill were on fire for the second day .

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Good job, Mariupol defenders! The world will never forget your awesome performance!
    The more orcs that bite the dust, the better it is not only for Ukraine, but for the world.

    Liked by 4 people

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