Russian occupants in Mariupol announced the "nationalization," and de facto theft, of 34 ships in the port, one with steel has already been sent to the Russian Federation, said Mariupol city mayor advisor Petr Andryushchenko.
"Port. 2.5 thousand tons of steel coils were loaded on the RM3 vessel of Russia and sent to the port of Rostov-on-Don. In addition, the occupiers have already announced the "nationalization" of the de facto theft of the remaining 34 ships in the port. The process of their renaming and changing of flags has already begun," Andryushchenko noted.
As for deportation, according to the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, 320 Mariupol residents, including 32 children, were taken to the filtration point in the village of Bezimennoye yesterday. "To the city of Taganrog from the village Besimennoye deported 345 Mariupol residents, including 37 children," he added.
Andryushchenko also said that the occupation authorities began the process of identifying and collecting Mariupol street children.
"Preliminarily, these children who were lost or lost their parents during the occupation of Mariupol. In particular, it is known that about 15 children who were sheltered by Mariupol residents at 18 Meotida Avenue were taken away by the Russian military and taken to an unspecified location. Now we are working to establish the destination and detention of new orphans and lost children," said the mayor's advisor.
In one week alone, the occupiers deported more than 2.8 thousand people from Mariupol, including 318 children.