Thousands of Mariupol residents queue for food from Russian invaders, many of them faint
Adviser to the Mariupol Mayor Petro Andriushchenko: “The daily queue for humanitarian aid (actually for food) in the former Metro shopping center amounts to 1,500 to 2,000 people. Up to 400 kits are issued per day. People stand in a queue for six hours in the heat and sun in vain. There is no drinking water, and it is impossible to get it anywhere on the territory of the ‘humanitarian headquarters.'”
Every hour for the last few days, up to 10 people are taken to hospital because of fainting. The stench from the morgue, located 200 meters away, intensifies daily.
And everything is for the sake of a kit like this. Because there is no other way to get food. Russia’s humanitarian aid is bullying and humiliation. Like everything they do in the city.”