In Mariupol in the south-east of Ukraine, the Russians are demolishing the remains of destroyed buildings, said Petro Andriushchenko, the mayor of Mariupol’s adviser, on Saturday. According to the authorities, there may still be bodies of the dead in the buildings.
“The Russians destroy evidence without wasting time looking for bodies in buildings destroyed by fire” – wrote the mayor’s adviser Mariupol Petro Andriushchenko on Telegram. The local occupation authorities began demolishing the remains of buildings destroyed by fire.
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Andriushchenko: if there were bodies in the buildings, they ended up in a dump with rubble
According to the official, houses from number 56 to number 60 at the Jedności avenue have already been demolished.
“The data on the victims cannot be obtained, because after demolition everything is taken to a landfill. If there were bodies in the buildings, they ended up in a landfill together with the rubble,” wrote Andriushchenko.
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