The deposit boxes of the PUMB Bank in Mariupol were opened and looted by the Russian Nazis.
Moreover, this was done even before the full occupation of the city, informs the city mayor’s advisor Petro Andryushchenko.
According to him, the voluntary decision of Andriy Vysotskyi, who manages the bank, to stay in the city and cooperate with the enemy is related to this.
“Our sources report that it was he who directly had a hand in the robbery, ensured their calm disclosure before the full occupation of the city,” Andryushchenko writes.
What exactly was in the boxes is unknown. At the beginning of the second phase of the war, they were closed.