Russian forces drop 50-100 bombs on Mariupol every day
The City council reported that the southeastern part of the city is in critical condition. Being sieged since March 2, 2022, Mariupol has been cut off from electricity, water, gas, mobile network, food, and medical supplies. More than 350,000 Mariupol residents continue hiding in shelters and basements from continuous shelling by Russian occupation forces. The destruction is enormous, and according to preliminary estimates, about 80% of the city’s housing stock was destroyed, of which almost 30% – can not be restored. Over the past two days, Mariupol residents began to leave the city by private transport towards Berdyansk and then to Zaporizhzhia. In total, about 6,500 cars escaped from the siege of Mariupol, about 30,000 people left the city in their vehicles.