Over 100,000 residents remaining in occupied Mariupol don’t have access to drinking water
According to Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boichenko, Russian invaders provide Mariupol residents with drinking water once a week — people should wait in lines for 4-8 hours to get water. There is no gas or electricity supply; access to food is also limited. The sewage system isn’t working either, as Boichenko informed. He also called for humanitarian corridors to save people.
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