The man decided to visit his mother-in-law’s apartment for the last time before the 14-story building was demolished. The Russians and marauders plundered the dwelling and even took away the lid with the toilet bowl valve.
In occupied Mariupol, the Russian military continues to demolish and loot the houses of local residents before completely destroying them. A video from one such high-rise building in the city was published on the Telegram channel of the Mariupol City Council on March 15.
Video footage from the destroyed multi-storey building was filmed by one of the residents of Mariupol. According to him, the house will soon be completely demolished. The 14-storey building could not withstand the constant shelling and began to roll. Now being in it is unsafe for life. Moreover, the high-rise building has been without electricity, gas and water for almost a year now. Sewerage not working.
The man came to see what his mother-in-law’s apartment looks like, in which he lived with his own family. However, having risen to the desired floor, he realized that the invaders-marauders had visited the house. The doors to the apartment were broken
The few pieces of furniture left in the apartment were either broken or overturned. Those things that were of no value to the Russian military were scattered on the floor.
Household appliances and clothes disappeared from the apartment of Mariupol residents. Moreover, the Russian occupiers even took away the toilet lid.
“This is what the liberation looks like in occupied Mariupol. Looted houses, broken destinies and destroyed peaceful life,” the video was signed on the Telegram channel of the Mariupol City Council.
Recall that in February 2023, an advertisement for the sale of a broken monitor appeared on the Russian site for free ads Avito.ru. According to the author, the product is a “trophy” exported from Ukraine. It turned out that the occupier of the Russian Federation dragged with him a stolen broken monitor for more than a thousand kilometers.
In November 2022, we also informed readers that the occupiers plundered an art museum in Kherson. According to the administration of the museum, the Russian occupiers were most interested in the masterpieces of the 18th-19th centuries. The Russian military removed 80% of the exhibition fund.
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