Half of the houses in occupied Mariupol were completely destroyed.
“The city is factually unfit for people’s lives. With destroyed communications, with the lack of centralized water, gas and heat supply in the remaining apartment buildings. And the apartment stock is actually all unfit for living. Half of the buildings have been completely destroyed,” he noted.
Kyrylenko added that it is currently possible to leave the controlled territory of Ukraine through Zaporizhzhia. But the Russian occupiers are creating artificial obstacles for them, so as not to let people out.