More than 10,000 Mariupol residents are held in “DNR” prisons
About 10,000 residents of Mariupol are kept in the prisons of the so-called “DNR.” The Russian occupiers detained and imprisoned peaceful civilians in several detention centers. — the Mariupol City Council announced this on Telegram.
Four such facilities are known: two in Yelenivka, one in Donetsk jail, and one in Makiivka. People are in appalling and brutal conditions, similar to those of concentration camps. They are imprisoned in small cells — 10 persons per 6 square meters.
The Mariupol City Council claims that the population of Mariupol receives little food and water, is not allowed to go outside, has no access to routine medical treatment, and is tortured in different ways, both psychologically and physically. Peaceful Mariupol residents are compelled to survive in such conditions.