Occupiers Conduct a ‘Census’ in Mariupol and Offer Burial Services for UAH 10,000
The so-called ‘census’is being conducted in the occupied Mariupol. During the procedure, people are required to have identity documents, as well as to undergo dactyloscopy (fingerprint fixation). Locals currently are forbidden to leave the city. At the same time, several crews of russian TV channels are working here to demonstrate the ‘establishment of peaceful life’.
Despite the lack of earnings in most of the population, prices for goods and services are constantly rising. In particular, the cost of a one-and-half-liter bottle of water is about UAH 100, a kilogram of pork – UAH 600.
There are also private funeral teams from the russian federation in the city. The price of their ‘services’ is UAH 10,000 for one body.