In Mariupol, 5,000 inhabitants were killed in 27 days of siege, including 210 children. 170,000 people remain in the city
Some 5,000 residents of Mariupol, including 210 children, were killed during the 27 days of the siege of the city.
The relevant indicative data was distributed on Monday by the Mayor of the city Vadym Boichenko.
As of March 27, 2022, according to him, 170,000 residents remain in the city. Before the blockade started, up to 140,000 people managed to leave the city. After the siege began, another 150,000 people were evacuated, 71,235 of them to Zaporizhia, the rest — to the surrounding villages. Some 30,000 residents of Mariupol were forcibly deported to Russia.
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