Russian invaders, collaborators selling humanitarian aid in Mariupol — adviser to the Mariupol mayor
“Mariupol. The Russian invaders, together with collaborators, began trading the stolen humanitarian aid. The Russian one. The son of a sham mayor, Vadym Ivashchenko, who took over the function of a hustler close to power circles, found a common language with the staff of the Russian Ministry of Emergencies… Now together they simply steal humanitarian aid coming from the Russians, and then sell it through a network of entrepreneurs,” the Adviser to the Mariupol Mayor Petro Andriushchenko informed.
Andriushchenko also noted that the Russian Emergency Ministry operatives keep looting households en masse. Mariupol residents report that, surprisingly, these officials use exclusively Ukrainian hryvnias when they shop (sometimes dollars and euros) and seldom Russian roubles.
“It is clear where their hryvnia and foreign currency come from — from the homes of Mariupol residents. In general, this occupying power doesn’t tire of proving that it is incapable of doing anything but destroy and loot,” Andriushchenko said.